Midday Report, August 24, 2006

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Here are the top stories at the noon hour.

Some facts, and some names, are emerging in the Upper Valley Pipe Bomb case; Peter Welch gets some imported help in his campaign for Congress; if you live in Rochester, get ready to send your electric bill to a new address; a detention hearing in Boston is being postponed for a Vermont woman accused of disrupting a trans-Atlantic flight last week; In less than an hour, the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators will kick off their annual conference in South Burlington and a top item of discussion will be new security measures for drivers’ licenses crafted under the federal REAL I.D. Act.

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