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    Dear Editor,

    The Native American Journalists Association is monitoring the actions which resulted in the resignation of editor of the Colville tribal newspaper during January.

    Samuel F. Sampson resigned as the editor of the Tribal Tribune after learning the newspaper would be required to be previewed by the Colville’s executive director.

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