September 23, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

a report is released of an ongoing survey of health and social service needs in Chittenden County; SUV registrations in Vermont have increased by 74 per cent in the past five years; officials from the state Department of Public Safety will meet with towns in the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant emergency evacuation zone; neither Vermont senator voted for the confirmation of Porter Goss to be the new head of the CIA; Senator Jeffords receives three stitches above his eyebrow after he tripped and fell near a construction site; candidates for state offices are active on the campaign trail today.

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