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Debating the Need for Radiation Pills

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Since the September 11th terrorists attacks, political pressure has been building to distribute potassium iodide pills to people who live around nuclear power plants. The pills help reduce the damage from exposure to certain kinds of radioactivity in the event of a release. But not all states with nuclear power plants are distributing the pills. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Lester Graham reports.

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