Saving Lives: The Bomb Remover of Laos

Every year people in Laos are killed because of unexploded bombs that rained down on the country when the U.S. sought to cut off communist forces during the Vietnam war. This week President Obama pledged the U.S. would provide $90 million over three years to help clear away the bombs, but one retired Wisconsin school principal has been removing bombs from Laos for years and trying to get the story out to others. Watch this inspiring video about Jim Harris, the bomb remover.