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Voters Grill Bush, Kerry at St. Louis Debate
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Voters Grill Bush, Kerry at St. Louis Debate

Voters Grill Bush, Kerry at St. Louis Debate

Voters Grill Bush, Kerry at St. Louis Debate
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President Bush and Sen. John Kerry at Friday's debate

President Bush and Sen. John Kerry answered questions from an audience of voters at Friday's debate in St. Louis. Reuters hide caption

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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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