Midday Report: May 31, 2006

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Vermont’s new anti-gouging law for petroleum products may not do much in the event of another Katrina-type price spike; as summer moves into northern New England, tourists are being welcomed, mosquitoes are not; the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant has returned to full power after a pump motor short-circuited and caused a low-level emergency last week; the Vermont State Police have ruled out police use of pepper spray and a pillow case as causes of death in the case of a Rutland man who died in police custody; for the tourist industry summer begins with Memorial Day; New Hampshire public health officials begin testing tomorrow to monitor West Nile Virus and Eastern Equine Encephalitis.

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