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Web Extra - Toilet water, food safety and homeschooling

  • Aired: 11/29/2013
  • 02:24
  • Rating: NR
This week on “Colorado State of Mind,” host Cynthia Hessin focuses on a new report from I-News at Rocky Mountain PBS, done in collaboration with 9News, which shows that water cross connections in your home may be exposing you to hazardous chemicals or even toilet water. We also look at the listeria outbreak of two summers ago and steps taken toward food safety in Colorado melon-growing communities
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We look at toilet water cross-contamination, cantaloupe safety and homeschooling.
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