SHOW #74 (August 30, 2015)
HOW SAFE IS YOUR GROUND BEEF?
Also: The most (and least) satisfying car brands, free college textbooks, scammers try to steal bank account info and is it okay to sleep with your dog?

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

Consumer Reports: How Safe is Your Ground Beef?

Consumer Reports: The Fight for Safer Ground Beef

NBC News: Recalls Help Drive Growing Dissatisfaction With New Auto Purchases

OpenStax College offers students free textbooks that meet scope and sequence requirements for most courses.

BECU: Fraud Alert: Text Messages and Phone Calls Asking for Card Information

Federal Trade Commission: Phishing Scams

Vetstreet.com: Am I a Bad Pet Owner If I Let My Puppy Sleep in the Bed With Me?

Vetstreet.com: How Do I Get My Dog to Sleep in His Own Bed?


Homeward Pet's Happy Tails Wine Walk
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