Voters Grill Bush, Kerry At Friday night's presidential debate in St. Louis, President Bush and Sen. John Kerry took questions from voters in a town-hall format. It was the second of three presidential debates. Topics included Iraq, education, health care and the economy. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.
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Voters Grill Bush, Kerry at St. Louis Debate

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At Friday night's presidential debate in St. Louis, President Bush and Sen. John Kerry took questions from voters in a town-hall format. It was the second of three presidential debates. Topics included Iraq, education, health care and the economy. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.

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