Letter from the Editor 

Polls are funny things. They're a lot like abstract art or Bob Dylan's lyrics — open to interpretation. The latest local poll on the 9th District congressional race between former Mayor Willie Herenton and Representative Steve Cohen shows Cohen with what appears…

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    ... I am of two minds about this. On one hand, I think it's entirely plausible that Herenton never wanted a debate in the first place and that all of this talk about a second debate is just gamesmanship designed to make it appear that Herenton is willing to go head-to-head and Cohen is not ...
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