Journalists Cite “Chilling” Health Data Rules

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New federal rules restricting release of information on medical patients are having a “chilling effect” on journalists’ “getting to the truth,” charges investigative reporter Duane Pohlman of Cleveland’s WEWS television. At a freedom of information conference yesterday sponsored by the Radio-Television News Directors Foundation, Pohlman and other journalists cited what they described as examples of
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