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Monday, January 13, 2014

Season 2014 Episode 130

On our program tonight, West Virginia begins to end its ban on tap water after a chemical spill had caused a water emergency for 300,000 residents. Also: the Supreme Court examines the president's recess appointments, seniors join the Internet age, the impact of socioeconomics on your health, progress and perils for diplomacy with Iran and the cholera epidemic in Haiti.

Aired: 01/12/14
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