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The Wall Street Journal has been publishing op-eds from 10 Romney Campaign advisers without disclosing the writers' campaign role.

Editors from the nations top papers have criticized the WSJ's lack of disclosure, calling it "inexcusable" and explaining that professional ethics require disclosure. Find out what these editors have to say about the WSJ's lack of disclosure here: http://mm4a.org/SoaRfw 

Sign the letter to WSJ Editorial Page Editor Paul Gigot, asking the WSJ to stop hiding campaign roles of its writers: http://mm4a.org/WSJdisclose

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The Wall Street Journal has been publishing op-eds from 10 Romney Campaign advisers without disclosing the writers' campaign role.

Editors from the nations top papers have criticized the WSJ's lack of disclosure, calling it "inexcusable" and explaining that professional ethics require disclosure. Find out what these editors have to say about the WSJ's lack of disclosure here: http://mm4a.org/SoaRfw

Sign the letter to WSJ Editorial Page Editor Paul Gigot, asking the WSJ to stop hiding campaign roles of its writers: http://mm4a.org/WSJdisclose

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