For state and local government, the key is sufficient resources

Purnick, Joyce
March 1998
Nieman Reports;Spring98, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p33
Opinion. Comments on the state of aggressive journalism in state and local government. Information on investigative reporting and aggressive reporting; Problems journalists encounter with covering governmental performances; Details on the news role of the Internet. INSET: Misappropriation of public resource, by Arthur Kent.


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