22 Jan 2013
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22 January 2013
01 hour 52 minutes
We hear from Tel Aviv about the latest Israeli election news, learn why a maker of bulletproof attire has started a kids’ range, and cross over to Texas to speak with Bexar County Judge Nelson W Wolff about e-libraries.
22 January 2013
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