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Student Proposes Venue for Anderson-Hannity Debate

Student Proposes Venue for Anderson-Hannity Debate

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(KSL News) Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson has accepted a challenge to debate conservative talk show host Sean Hannity.

Now a University of Utah student wants the debate to be at the Huntsman Center on April 20.

The two would face off over the war in Iraq and an effort to impeach President Bush. The money raised from the debate would go to charity, and the audience would decide the winner.

Hannity has pledged the money to Primary Children's Medical Center. Anderson would donate to Salt Lake City's Guadalupe Schools.

The University of Utah student worked as an intern for the Hannity Show. He has arranged a conference call for tomorrow to discuss the options.

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