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Newscast: Friday, Aug. 23, 2013, 12:04 p.m.

A legislative committee has approved a plan to roll back restrictions on how the state cares for homeless people. Six Vermont women want Planned Parenthood of Northern New England to provide information about people working at a Burlington clinic as well as the number of abortions performed at the facility and other information.  Officials in Moretown are scheduled to meet with state authorities about the town’s landfill. The state denied the landfill’s recertification and it was closed last month. Vermont officials say AT&T customers can now use their mobile phones to send text messages to 911 for a six-month trial period.

Melody is the Contributing Editor for But Why: A Podcast For Curious Kids and the co-author of two But Why books with Jane Lindholm.
Neal was a reporter and VPR's All Things Considered host from 2001 to 2014. He joined VPR in 1996, hosting VPR's jazz programming, including live performances from the VPR studios and the Discover Jazz Festival. Prior to VPR, Neal was a programmer and host for WNCS in Montpelier and WDEV in Waterbury. He holds a B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College.
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