Waxman: Peanut Sales, Not Safety Was Concern
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Waxman: Peanut Sales, Not Safety Was Concern

A Congressional House Committee began looking into a salmonella outbreak at the Peanut Corporation of America Wednesday, however the owner of the company has refused to testify. Video by AP

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