NWT Full Show, Mar. 7, 2012.

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    Terry Madonna joins us a day after Super Tuesday to assess the potential for a pivotal Pennsylvania Republican presidential primary.  Maiken Scott visits a rehab program specifically targetted at first responders and nurses.  Lari Robling of WHYY’s FIT series discusses the importance of the US Farm Bill.  Peter Crimmins reports on controversy over a commissioned sculpture to be placed outside the new Barnes Museum on the Ben Franklin Parkway.  And Shai Ben-Yaacov talks to Anthony Aiello, Director of Horticulture at Morris Arboretum, about what the warm winter has done to local plants.

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