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Weekend Journal (Military: Burn Pits) #968878

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 26, 2010
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) The death toll for US troops in the war in Afghanistan updated.

(Studio: Jeff Glor) The controversy over medical risks from military base burn pits in Iraq & Afghanistan examined; details given about the health effects; burn pit photos shown. [Exposed to burn pit smoke, Michelle PEARCE†, wife exposed to burn pits, Christopher SWEET†; Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center Dr,. Robert MILLER†- talks about the health problems from burn pit fumes.] A lawsuit against the contractor KBR reviewed. [At hearings, former KBR contractor Rick LAMBETH†- testifies about what happened.] [Representative Tim BISHOP - opposes burn pits.]

Glor, Jeff

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