A California magazine bans articles about the climate change crisis.
In March, a local magazine called The City of Hope banned articles about climate change, citing the state’s new laws.
But the state has a far more stringent ban on certain kinds of news coverage.
In November, a magazine called Los Angeles Magazine banned an article about a man who died in an airplane crash.
The magazine cited the new laws, which also make it illegal to write about the environment or people without a permit.
This week, the magazine banned articles on the state and the president.
“I think that there is a real need for an open dialogue about the role of the media and the state of California in the future,” said David Ries, president of the California Newspaper Publishers Association.
“This is one of the things that has come to the fore in recent times.
There is no reason for people to be censored, and I’m glad the people of California are finally saying, ‘Enough is enough.'”
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