Editors, Readers Weigh Gun Control and Attack Ads 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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Editors, Readers Weigh Gun Control and Attack Ads

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Editors, Readers Weigh Gun Control and Attack Ads

Editors, Readers Weigh Gun Control and Attack Ads

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.