Letters: Tap-Water Critics, and Lewis Libby

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Each Thursday, we read from listeners' e-mail to NPR. Today, we hear complaints from around the country about the quality of tap water — prompted by our interview with a reporter who called American tap water "darn good."

Also, listeners disagree that the Lewis Libby case doesn't play outside Washington.



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