Rivals Blast Dean for Sealing Vermont Records

Howard Dean's rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination denounce Dean's decision to seal files related to his 11-year tenure as governor of Vermont. Before leaving office in January, Dean requested that the documents be kept secret for 10 years. Many question what Dean may have to hide. John Dillon of Vermont Public Radio reports.

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