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139 :03x01 - Season 3, Episode 1

Jan/04/2013
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140 :03x02 - Season 3, Episode 2

Jan/11/2013
How current tax regulations disproportionately benefit some Americans more than others.

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141 :03x03 - Season 3, Episode 3

Jan/18/2013
Why it takes nearly four times as long to complete infrastructure projects in the U.S. as it did during the 1970s. Also: Germany's multi-billion-dollar plan to end its use of fossil fuels by 2050.

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142 :03x04 - Season 3, Episode 4

Jan/25/2013
Ending gridlock in Washington, D.C. Also: how malpractice lawsuits contribute to rising health-care costs; how medical disputes are settled in Denmark.

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143 :03x05 - Season 3, Episode 5

Feb/01/2013
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144 :03x06 - Season 3, Episode 6

Feb/08/2013
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145 :03x07 - Season 3, Episode 7

Feb/15/2013
Examining a controversial Mexican-American studies program in Tucson, Ariz., public schools. Supporters say that it's re-engaged at-risk students, but opponents believe that it encourages subversive thinking.

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146 :03x08 - Season 3, Episode 8

Feb/22/2013
A 20-year-old shooting incident at a western Massachusetts college is recalled.

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147 :03x09 - Season 3, Episode 9

Mar/01/2013
A look at the lives of Latino farm workers in Salinas, Cal.

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148 :03x10 - Season 3, Episode 10

Mar/08/2013
Environmentalist Bill McKibben discusses his work to pressure universities to divest funds from energy corporations. Also: the legal strategy employed by the Pacific island nation of Palau to limit greenhouse gas emissions from the industrialized world.

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149 :03x11 - Season 3, Episode 11

Mar/15/2013
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150 :03x12 - Season 3, Episode 12

Mar/22/2013
Dr. Emily Senay examines whether the FDA's medical device review process adequately protects the public. Also: Dr. Josh Rising of the Medical Device Initiative at the Pew Charitable Trusts is interviewed.

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151 :03x13 - Season 3, Episode 13

Mar/29/2013
Jeff Greenfield leads a discussion on economic matters. Guests include Jared Bernstein, who served as chief economic adviser to Vice President Biden; Rana Foroohar (Time); and John Makin (American Enterprise Institute).

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152 :03x14 - Season 3, Episode 14

Apr/05/2013
The use of behavioral economics to encourage low-income workers to save is examined. Also: an "American Voices" essay from Dan Ariely, a Duke professor of psychology and behavioral economics.

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153 :03x15 - Season 3, Episode 15

Apr/12/2013
How Ohio workers are faring after the loss of millions of manufacturing jobs over the past 35 years.

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154 :03x16 - Season 3, Episode 16

Apr/19/2013
A program in Mississippi that teaches low-income children about banking and money while helping them save for college. Also: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director Richard Cordray is interviewed.

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155 :03x17 - Season 3, Episode 17

Apr/26/2013
The history of the Second Amendment is discussed with constitutional law expert Joyce Lee Malcolm (George Mason School of Law), journalist Craig Whitney and historian Saul Cornell (Fordham University).

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156 :03x18 - Season 3, Episode 18

May/03/2013
A look at jobs that remain unfilled because workers don't have the needed skills for them. Included: a report on the National STEM Consortium, which aims to boost the skills and knowledge of workers; an interview with acting Labor Secretary Seth Harris.

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157 :03x19 - Season 3, Episode 19

May/10/2013
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158 :03x20 - Season 3, Episode 20

May/17/2013
The Obama administration's deportation policies for undocumented workers are examined.

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159 :03x21 - Season 3, Episode 21

May/24/2013
A look at the lives of Latino farmworkers in Salinas, Cal.

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160 :03x22 - Season 3, Episode 22

May/31/2013
Dr. Emily Senay examines the health-care system in Massachusetts, which requires individuals to buy health insurance and businesses to provide it or face fines.

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161 :03x23 - Season 3, Episode 23

Jun/07/2013
How workers in Ohio are faring after the loss of millions of manufacturing jobs over the past 35 years.

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162 :03x24 - Season 3, Episode 24

Jun/14/2013
Dr. Emily Senay examines the Affordable Care Act's readmission penalties, which are designed to reduce costs and improve the care of patients.

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163 :03x25 - Season 3, Episode 25

Jun/21/2013
A controversial Mexican-American studies program in Tucson is examined.

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164 :03x26 - Season 3, Episode 26

Jun/28/2013
How to end gridlock in Washington, D.C. Also: malpractice lawsuits and health-care costs; Denmark's approach to settling medical disputes.

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Classification: News
Genre: | Current Events | Interview
Status: Returning Series
Network: PBS ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 08:30 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: May 07, 2010
Episode Order: 26
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