Editors, Readers Weigh Gun Control and Attack Ads

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NPR's Liane Hansen checks in with three journalists around the country to find out how their readers are responding to the latest casualty figures from Iraq, the assault-weapons ban that is set to expire on Monday, and the character attacks that have dominated the presidential campaign this week: Bob Kittle of the San Diego Union Tribune, Deanna Sands of The Omaha World Herald, and Carrie Budoff of The Philadelphia Inquirer.



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