Opinion: The Problem with Press Credentials: Right to Report Should Not be Purview of Government

The First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States provides, in part, that government shall not abridge freedom of the press. Clearly, free expression by journalists, or by anyone with access to the equivalent of a printing press, is a cornerstone principle of our republic.

The challenge to uphold this basic value is, unfortunately, an ongoing struggle.

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