Vermont and New Hampshire governors meet

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The governors of New Hampshire and Vermont met in Montpelier Monday to have lunch and discuss common concerns. New Hampshire Governor Craig Benson said the states share a long border and need to work together on a range of issues. He said transportation and homeland security are just two such possible areas.

Vermont Governor Jim Douglas noted that both men are Republicans and are new to office and could learn from each other. Benson said he’s invited Douglas to New Hampshire in the fall.

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