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Federal Court Ruling Could Expose Vt. To More Air Pollution
Thursday, 08/23/12
By John Dillon
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has overturned an Environmental Protection Agency rule aimed at controlling air pollution in eastern parts of the country. The decision was a setback for states like Vermont that are downwind from the industrial Midwest.
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Grand Isle Debates Adding Chloramine To Its Water System
Friday, 07/27/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Cities and towns across Vermont are debating how to best treat their water systems to meet new regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency. In Grand Isle, the debate is centering on whether to add chloramine.
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Voices In The Week's News
Friday, 03/19/10
By Ric Cengeri
The state was at odds with the EPA and Rutland aldermen losing confidence in their police chief were among the top stories this week.
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Rutland Mayor Chris Louras
Wednesday, 03/17/10
By Jane Lindholm
The City of Rutland is grappling with a crisis in its Police Department, stemming from a child pornography investigation focused on an officer. We talk with Mayor Chris Louras about how the police investigation is being handled, and other critical issues facing Rutland. And reporter Candace Page explains why the EPA is looking at Vermont's Lake Champlain Cleanup goals.
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Lake Champlain Clean Up Stirs Feud With EPA
Monday, 03/15/10
By John Dillon
Governor Jim Douglas and the US Environmental Protection Agency are feuding over the future of Lake Champlain.
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