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Gazette Premium Content OUR VIEW: Thanks, Secretary Salazar

WAYNE LAUGESEN Updated: November 14, 2012 at 12:00 am
WAYNE LAUGESEN Updated: November 14, 2012 at 12:00 am • Published: November 14, 2012

A Gazette editorial admonished Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar for threatening to “punch out” reporter Dave Philipps. Salazar made a sincere apology to Philipps on Wednesday, verbally and in writing. He also agreed to an interview regarding wild horses that were sold by the Bureau of Land...

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A Gazette editorial admonished Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar for threatening to “punch out” reporter Dave Philipps. Salazar made a sincere apology to Philipps on Wednesday, verbally and in writing. He also agreed to an interview regarding wild horses that were sold by the Bureau of Land Management to a man who advocates horse slaughter.

Secretary Salazar, thank you for doing the right thing and making amends. Onward. — Wayne Laugesen, for the editorial board.

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