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Post Anthrax, Post Office Struggles to Recover

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Post Anthrax, Post Office Struggles to Recover

Post Anthrax, Post Office Struggles to Recover

Post Anthrax, Post Office Struggles to Recover

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A year ago, health officials shut down the Brentwood postal facility in Washington, D.C. It had been contamined with anthrax spores sent through the mail. Two workers died of inhalation anthrax. The building remains closed, and its former workers are still struggling with their anger and fear. NPR's Richard Harris reports for Morning Edition.

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