Vermont Yankee’s first attempt to move radioactive spent fuel ended in a mishap last week; Advocates of same-sex marriage say a decision by the California Supreme Court should help their cause in Vermont; The Vermont Supreme Court has given a green light to the company that wants to build a new set of power lines to serve northwestern Vermont; Vermont’s top Roman Catholic clergyman has written to parishioners around the state, following a $8.7 million dollar judgement against the Diocese of Burlington; Republican Karen Kerin has announced she is running for Attorney General; and commentator Philip Baruth on Cormac McCarthy’s “The Road”. 

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VPR Evening News May 19th, 2008

05/19/08 6:11PM By Neal Charnoff
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Vermont Yankee’s first attempt to move radioactive spent fuel ended in a mishap last week; Advocates of same-sex marriage say a decision by the California Supreme Court should help their cause in Vermont; The Vermont Supreme Court has given a green light to the company that wants to build a new set of power lines to serve northwestern Vermont; Vermont’s top Roman Catholic clergyman has written to parishioners around the state, following a $8.7 million dollar judgement against the Diocese of Burlington; Republican Karen Kerin has announced she is running for Attorney General; and commentator Philip Baruth on Cormac McCarthy’s “The Road”. 

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