Political Gridlock, Urban Fish Farming And Stamberg Raps!

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Martin Schreibman with a few of his tilapia friends in his Brooklyn  lab.

Martin Schreibman with a few of his tilapia friends in his Brooklyn lab.

Brent Baughman /NPR

In this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered, political gridlock and the debt ceiling. Also, an in-depth look at a wrongful conviction in a case of alleged child abuse. Plus, urban fish farming, "shell" companies, the golden age of Nigerian boogie and Susan Stamberg raps.

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