NWT Full Show, Jan. 11, 2012

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    Elizabeth Fiedler has reaction from parents in Chester Upland School District to news that the state won’t bail out the insolvent school system.  Emma Jacobs visits the Mustin homes, long vacant housing for Navy families now being demolished at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.  Taunya English reports the CDC is recommending a stricter threshold for lead poisoning.  Mary Wilson visits the Pennsylvania Farm Show.  For WHYY’s FIT series, Lari Robling extols the virtues of pressure cookers.  And on our “Just You Wait” series, we bring you two books we think will make a splash in 2012.

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