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Jan 26, 2009

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Segments From this episode

CEO sees health care as fixable issue

Jan 26, 2009
With the Obama administration vowing to reform the health care system, Health Net CEO Jay Gellert talks about how much the health industry is willing to change.

Obama OKs new look at emissions rules

Jan 26, 2009
President Obama has ordered the EPA to reconsider whether states can set their own auto emissions standards. But if a waiver to states is granted, can the ailing auto industry meet the tougher requirements? Sam Eaton reports.

Home sales up, but not really

Jan 26, 2009
Sales of existing homes rose 6.5% in December. But the new numbers might not be much to celebrate since a lot of those sales are skewed by foreclosures. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.

Rising jobless rate adds to banks' woes

Jan 26, 2009
As unemployment rates creep higher, banks are worried that more loans will have to be written off. Because if prime borrowers find themselves jobless, they may not be able to pay their mortgages. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.

Decoder: Nationalizing banks

Jan 26, 2009
Talk about nationalization of the banking industry is increasing. But what does that mean and how will it work? Bob Moon reports.

Minnesota hospital ailing in recession

Jan 26, 2009
The affluent town of Edina, Minn., has been slowly feeling the effects of layoffs and stretched budgets. Annie Baxter visits the town's biggest employer to see how it's coping with the economic stress.

Indian casinos unlucky in recession

Jan 26, 2009
Native American casinos are feeling the pinch of the recession. Revenue is down, and the drop in business is having a big impact on local communities. Alex Cohen reports.

Music from the episode

Not Going Home The Elected
Days Go By The King of France
Talk Amongst Yourselves Grand National