The financial crisis has hit the tote bag set: National Public Radio is cutting two shows and 7 percent of its work force, thanks to $23 million in red ink. Non-pledging fans of "Day to Day" and "News & Notes" have only themselves -- and the Commodity Futures Modernization Act -- to blame.
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