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March 16, 2012

News of the week discussion with host Chris Moore and panelists: Lynn Cullen, Bill Green, Heather Heidelbaugh and Valerie McDonald Roberts. Topics to include: New Billion Dollar Shell "Cracker" in Beaver County, PA; along with Rick Santorum on Puerto Rico and the early warm weather we're experiencing in much of the United States.


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News of the week discussion with host Chris Moore and panelists: Lynn Cullen, Bill Green, Heather Heidelbaugh and Valerie McDonald Roberts. Topics to include: New Billion Dollar Shell "Cracker" in Beaver County, PA; along with Rick Santorum on Puerto Rico and the early warm weather we're experiencing in much of the United States.


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