Paper Told Heroin Death Tale Over Mom’s Objection

Print More When Polly Jennings picked up The Oregonian in Portland one morning last week, she was appalled to see a photo of her dead son on the center of page one, writes the paper’s public editor, Michael Arrieta-Walden. Jennings had opposed the story, but knew one was being written and had resigned herself to
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