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South Dakota mining town revitalized by underground science lab

The small South Dakota city of Lead was once home to the largest gold mine in North America. When it closed in 2002, the town took a big hit as hundreds of workers lost their jobs and many left in search of work. But the future of Lead could hinge on people going back underground to dig into a very different matter. Jim Axelrod reports.
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