Letters: The Democratic Contest, and Cockroaches Robert Siegel and Melissa Block read from listener e-mails about Friday's program. We hear criticism of a story on Texas voters watching a Democratic debate, and of our roundup of political ads. There's also praise for stories on candidates' health care plans and a Turkmen cockroach.
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Letters: The Democratic Contest, and Cockroaches

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Letters: The Democratic Contest, and Cockroaches

Letters: The Democratic Contest, and Cockroaches

Letters: The Democratic Contest, and Cockroaches

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Robert Siegel and Melissa Block read from listener e-mails responding to Friday's program. We hear criticism of our story on Texas voters watching last week's Democratic debate, and of our roundup of the latest political ads. There's also praise for our comparison of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama's health care plans, and compliments to Melissa Block for her story on a Turkmen cockroach.