The fifth annual Muzzle Awards singles out 10 enemies of free speech and persona
The fifth annual Muzzle Awards singles out 10 enemies of free speech and personal liberties in New England, including Maine governor Angus King , who made the list for having barred the public from a security conference designed to develop a blueprint to protect the state and its people from the threat of terrorism, and the Biddeford City Council, which pulled the plug on local public-access cable in a dispute with Dorothy Lafortune. The other Muzzle Award winners include the Massachuettts Department of Corrections; Richard Sullivan, the chief of [police of Providence; U.S. represenative Marty Meehan, a Massachusetts Democrat; the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court; Greta Holman, a Provincetown official; the Massachusetts Department of Education; the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Protection, a James Gallagher, the chief of police of Worcester, Mass.
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Kennedy, Dan, "The fifth annual Muzzle Awards singles out 10 enemies of free speech and persona" (2002). Maine News Index – Portland Phoenix. 763.
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