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Investigators Search for 'Mad Cow' Source

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Investigators Search for 'Mad Cow' Source

Investigators Search for 'Mad Cow' Source

Investigators Search for 'Mad Cow' Source

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Federal officials are in the state of Washington trying to figure out how a cow there contracted mad cow disease. The government says the American beef supply is safe, but more than a dozen countries already have outright bans or temporary bans against beef imports from the United States. NPR's Ari Shapiro reports.

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