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Banned pesticide to blame for poisoning family on vacation?

‘The Money Pit’ Radio Show Host Tom Kraeutler on federal investigators looking into the deadly pesticide that allegedly poisoned a family vacationing in a U.S. Virgin Islands resort.

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