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APME Update, June 7, 2016
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APME UPDATE      JUNE 7, 2016 

  


SAVE THE DATE:

Sept. 12-15 -- ASNE-APME Conference in Philadelphia

Sept. 30-Oct. 1 -- NewsTrain in Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

 

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WATCHDOG REPORTING

AP: History in hand, Clinton faces voters as presumptive nominee

Anniston Star: Months after prison reform bill takes effect, progress slow

Los Angeles Times: On California’s death row, too insane to execute

Indianapolis Star: Few teens on track to receive state aid

Charlotte Observer: Companies replacing Americans with foreign workers

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Tiny victims of drug abuse

Madison State Journal: Homeless fall through the cracks

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EDITORS IN THE NEWS: Colacioppo

 

OPEN RECORDS, FREEDOM OF INFORMATION, FIRST AMENDMENT

Boston Globe: Released to reoffend

Kansas City Star: Schools lag in hiring black faculty

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Wisconsin fails to track assaults at juvenile prisons

Lexington Herald-Leader: Amid secrecy, UK pays $5 million to fix billing issues at clinic

Prosecutor files open records charges in Burlington shooting

Judge says Chicago mayor's emails aren't exempt from disclosure

Politico reporter booted from Trump rally

AP: Iowa patrol fires sergeant 'due to misconduct'

Chicago videos offer startling glimpses of police encounters

Virgin Islands university says Open Records Law does not apply

AP: Cargill gets $10M tax breaks to stay in Kansas

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INDUSTRY NEWS

NPR journalist David Gilkey, translator killed on assignment

Poet Elizabeth Alexander elected to Pulitzer Prize Board

Venture capitalist new chair of Inquirer, Daily News parent

Tribune renames itself 'Tronc' while Gannett weighs its bid

New York Times: Jeff Bezos defends decision to buy Washington Post

Bellevue Gazette newspaper closes after almost 149 years

Miniseries based on journalist David Carr's memoir planned

Coalition of Asian organizations to host presidential town hall

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IN MEMORIAM: Szkotak, Stempel, Gassaway, Seacrest, Gilkey, Tamanna

 

 

 

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