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Steve Rothaus on NPR discussing coverage of Sen. Larry Craig

Logo_npr_125Here's a link to my appearance Thursday on NPR's Day to Day program: Media Often Remain Mum on Politicians' Sexuality

Mike Pesca, Day to Day, August 30, 2007

There are few things newspapers will refuse to print, but the mainstream media — including network news and NPR — still refrain from disclosing the sexual orientation of a gay legislator. Will the news of Sen. Larry Craig's arrest force a change in policy?


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