November 8, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Advocates for the elderly and the poor suggest a plan to help poor Vermonters pay their electric bills; the attorney general of Rhode Island says a plan to pay for New England power grid upgrades is too costly for rate payers; Howard Dean’s daughter and four other young women were sent to the hospital last night after a car accident in Connecticut; the double murder trial of a Bellows Falls man continues; Governor Jim Douglas goes to Barre this afternoon for the dedication of a community center; a Vermont man wins the third annual lobster-eating competition at a restaurant in Kittery, Maine.

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