Professional Journalists, Personal Activists

Friday, July 26, 2002

A small Michigan newspaper placed its features editor on unpaid leave until she removed a campaign sign - her husband’s - from their lawn. Bob asks Bay City Times Editor Tony Dearing how far a news organization must go to maintain the appearance of objectivity.

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