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Karen Dillon, who had penned a number of award-winning stories for more than two decades for the McClatchy-owned Kansas City Star until she was unceremoniously dumped late last year, is being heralded now for her efforts to help have a new law passed in Kansas that will increase transparency in government.
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People seem to either love or loathe Fox News, but one thing is for certain: It clearly has dominated cable ratings for more than a decade.
While some young PR practitioners might not pitch stories to Fox News based on their political beliefs, veteran PR pros know if you want to make an impact Fox News is where you want to go.
According to Chris Ariens at TV Newser (