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Nasty campaign rhetoric puts parents and teachers in a tough spot

For Ron Nelsen, like many other parents this year, the presidential election has become a defensive sport. "I literally cannot watch the news in front of my 10- and 12-year-olds without my finger on the button ready to mute, pause or change the channel at any second," said Nelsen, who owns a small business that sells garage doors in Las Vegas. Even a party for the priest of his Catholic Church Sunday night wasn't safe.
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