Ohio newspaper editors play make believe with gun controllers

Honestly, are the editors of Ohio's major newspapers COMPLETELY bankrupt when it comes to journalistic integrity?

For a look at what an agenda-driven newspaper does when liberal activist groups like Americans for Gun "Safety" release "findings":

See the Columbus Dispatch:
February 20, 2004: Right to know: Barring public access to federal data on guns is outrageous move
January 13, 2004: 2 city gun stores among leaders in sales to criminals, group says

or see the Toledo Blade:
February 24, 2004: Secrecy and guns

or see the Cleveland Plain Dealer:
February 24, 2004: Crime guns traced to shows, study says

or see the Akron Beacon Journal:
February 26, 2004: As ordered by the gun lobby

For a look at what a RESPONSIBLE newspaper does when liberal activist groups like Americans for Gun "Safety" release "findings", Ohioans are forced to look to Texas:
Houston Chronicle: Concerns about gun stores misguided

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