Marketplace AM for March 28, 2005

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Fixing Social Security - use the surplus?

Looking for a good way to fix Social Security? Newsweek's Wall Street editor Allan Sloan says you don't look any further than the program's current surplus. He joins host Kai Ryssdal to explain in this edition of The Sloan Sessions.
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New technology and breaking down infectious waste

This might not be your favorite breakfast topic, but there's an important new invention in the waste disposal business. Specifically - the disposal of diseased livestock and dead animals used for research. An Indianapolis company has come up with a way to dispose of them that's, for the first time, environmentally friendly. Julie Halpert has this report.
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