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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Stuart Leavenworth
Stuart Leavenworth, The Sacramento Bee's editorial page editor, doubled down on his decision to publish a controversial political cartoon Thursday, saying the cartoonist was making "a strong statement about [Texas] Gov. Rick Perry's disregard for worker safety."
Following a slew of backlash, including from the governor himself, the Bee's editorial page editor, Stuart Leavenworth, has continued to defend the cartoonist, who he says finds it offensive "a governor who would gamble with the lives of families by not pushing for the strongest safety regulations."