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February 28, 2005
BlogsforTerri Tampa Tribune Advertisement
Thanks to My View of the World and Crystal Clear for digitizing our advertisement that appeared in the Tampa Tribune.
And, thanks most especially to all who worked so hard publicizing the effort and giving sacrificially. This could not have happened without the 200+ blogs for Terri and their committed readers.
USA Today is next! More information here.
Crystal makes it clear that the Florida newspapers are filled with "free" editorials that endorse withholding food and water from Terri Schiavo. There is something that can be done about this. Click here for the contact information of Florida Newspapers and here for an example letter to the editor. When you submit your editorial(s), please send it to BlogsforTerri as well. We'd like to have the first opportunity to publish it.
Posted by tim at February 28, 2005 9:01 PM
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