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Topic - Paul Thornton
The Los Angeles Times has stirred a dust-up over global warming with a newly announced policy barring letters to the editor that deny the existence of man-made climate change.
"Simply put, I do my best to keep errors of fact off the letters page; when one does run, a correction is published," said Paul Thornton, letters editor of the editorial page, in an Oct. 8 column.
' is not stating an opinion, it's asserting a factual inaccuracy."