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Latest April Gregory Items
The federal government late Thursday reinstated the 6-year-old winner of this year's Junior Duck Stamp, after earlier accusing her of plagiarism and rescinding her award.
The federal government accused a 6-year-old of plagiarism and stripped her of her victory in this year's national Junior Duck Stamp contest, leaving the youngest-ever winner in tears and igniting a fierce debate in the wildlife art community over artistic techniques, precocious youngsters and catty parents.