Midday Report: May 1, 2007

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The Governor urges the Legislature to reject a profits tax on Vermont Yankee, and to finish its business quickly; the Commissioner of Education explains why the dropout rate for students with disabilities is lower than elsewhere in New England; the Migrant Education Program addresses the unique needs of students who are children of migrant workers; The Saxton’s River elementary school remains closed today as workers continue to clean up 300 gallons of fuel out that spilled last week after a pump malfunctioned; The Dirigo Paper Company mill in Gilman is going to provide recycled paper that will be used in some editions of the next, and final, Harry Potter book.

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