SHOW #64 (June 21, 2015)
IS IT REALLY 'MADE IN AMERICA'?
Also: The cost of car insurance for teenage drivers, trans fat on the way out, reverse mortgage confusion and what we know about canine/feline cancers.

 
         
     
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Here are links to more information on the stories covered on this show.

Consumer Reports Special Report: Made In America

Consumer Reports: What Makes A Car 'American'?

NBC News: How Much Does Adding A Teen Driver Increase Your Auto Insurance?

NBC News: FDA To Limit Trans Fats In Foods

CNN: FDA Orders Food Manufactures To Stop Using Trans Fat Within Three Years

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: A Closer Look At Reverse Mortgage Advertisements And Consumer Risks

USA TODAY: Study: Reverse Mortgage Ads Confuse Consumers

The Morris Animal Foundation is a nonprofit organization that invests in science to advance animal health. The Foundation is a global leader in funding scientific studies for companion animals, horses and wildlife. Visit their Pet Health Resources page for information about canine and feline cancer.

The Foundation's is holding a Unite to Fight Pet Cancer Virtual Walk on June 28. It's a fun, easy way to walk anywhere, with anyone, to help raise funds for the fight against pet cancer. You can register online.

FREE microchipping at Homeward Pet Adoption Center in Woodinville in June

NBC News: No Need To Buy A Smaller Carry-On Just Yet


 

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