Midday Report: June 2, 2006

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When President Bush makes his weekly national radio broadcast tomorrow, a Vermonter will have the Democratic Party’s response; another ideologically sensitive issue awaits the U.S. Senate next week; properties are suddenly worth a lot more in the city of Rutland, which can now call itself a billion-dollar city; Vermont Composites in Bennington has won the financial backing that will allow it to create 55 new jobs; it’s been a relatively quiet week in Washington, with Congress out of town, but that’s about to change; elsewhere, six towns in the Northeast Kingdom have won permission to participate in a case about whether 26 wind turbines can be built on a ridgeline in Sheffield and Sutton.

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