Horsing Around at the Office?

Hosenball, Mark
September 2006
Newsweek;9/11/2006, Vol. 148 Issue 11, p6
The alleged misuse of government resources by the chief of the board that oversees the U.S. government's foreign broadcast services, Kenneth Y. Tomlinson, is discussed. The article notes that Senate Democrats could try and block Tomlinson's reappointment because of this incident. Tomlinson was ousted as chair of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting following an investigation into complaints that he sought to monitor purported political bias in programming.


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