Bush, Kerry Spar over Gas Prices

As gas prices hit a record high, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry attacks President Bush for failing to do enough to address the situation. Meanwhile, the Bush campaign launches ads accusing Kerry of supporting a hike in gas taxes. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

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