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Topic - David Plotz
The online magazine Slate has decided to do away with the word "Redskins" in all further references to Washington, D.C.'s NFL team.
Slate, a site owned by The Washington Post Co., joins a growing list of other organizations that refuses to reference Redskins: Washington City Paper, and several writers from the Buffalo News and the Philadelphia Daily News, Mr. Plotz said.
But Redskins owner Dan Snyder steadfastly refuses, Mr. Plotz says.