Joyce Terhaar

December 8, 2013 12:00 AM

From the Executive Editor: White House shouldn’t restrict media photo access

McClatchy Newspapers and 37 other news organizations sent a letter to the White House press secretary requesting full press access to White House events.

Joyce Terhaar

Executive Editor and Senior Vice President

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