Candidates Agree on Debates

NPR's Peter Kenyon reports that George W. Bush and Al Gore have agreed on a series of debates. The two candidates both endorsed a plan presented by the b-partisan commission on presidential debates earlier this year. But third party candidates may find it difficult to be included...unless they show at least a 15-percent support rate nationally, they will not be invited to participate.

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