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Can newspapers refuse to run a letter, column or advertisement?

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Yes. Newspapers have a First Amendment right to refuse letters to the editor, as well as ads and submitted columns. Since most newspapers are privately owned entities, whose editors have editorial control, they are free to promote whatever political, social or economic view they wish. The U.S. Supreme Court addressed the issue ...

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