All Things Considered for September 22, 2009 Hear the All Things Considered program for September 22, 2009

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Health Care Overhaul: Prescriptions For Change

Medicare Makes Patients Happy, But Can It Last?

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Medicare Makes Patients Happy, But Can It Last?

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Tracking The Overhaul

Congress Examines Tweaking Medicare

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Congress Examines Tweaking Medicare

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Drivers use the University of Utah's Applied Cognition Laboratory driving simulator to see the effects of texting behind the wheel. Research shows that texting while driving results in impairment levels double that of drunken driving. University of Utah hide caption

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Utah Tackles Texting And Driving Problem Head-On

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Utah Tackles Texting And Driving Problem Head-On

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