Vermont State Official Asks Tough Questions on Iraq

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It is town meeting day in Vermont, and this year many communities will debate a non-binding resolution on the war in Iraq and the role of the state's National Guard. Vermont's adjutant general, Martha Rainville, has drawn notice for her advocacy on behalf of the soldiers. Steve Zind of Vermont Public Radio reports.

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