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The World According to Temple Grandin

From: SQRadio
Length: 24:56

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Temple Grandin is considered one of the 100 most influential people in the country. SQ Radio presents an interview with Temple Grandin at her home in Fort Collins, Colorado; a rare look into Grandin's life outside of her innovative livestock research and austism advocacy and Ms. Grandin is wildly informative on the major issues we face today such as public education, prescription drug abuse, and patent law. Read the full description.

Temple_small Temple Grandin is considered one of the 100 most influential people in the country. SQ Radio presents an interview with Temple Grandin at her home in Fort Collins, Colorado; a rare look into Grandin's life outside of her innovative livestock research and austism advocacy and Ms. Grandin is wildly informative on the major issues we face today such as public education, prescription drug abuse, and patent law.

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Utah Public Radio, KRCL, KUER

Intro and Outro

INTRO:

Temple Grandin is considered one of the 100 most influential people in the country. SQ Radio presents this rare look into Grandin's life outside of her innovative livestock research and austism advocacy and Ms. Grandin is wildly informative on the major issues we face today such as public education, prescription drug abuse, and patent law.

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