Oct 26, 2009

Four in the evening

1. A familiar tune: Journalism students at the Medill Innocence Project raise serious doubts about a murder conviction and now the county's new prosecutor wants to raise doubts about the journalism students' methods. Meantime, the guy who was convicted remains in prison. NYT

2. Secret signings: The U.S. Supreme Court decides that, at least for now, signatures in favor of ballot measures should be kept private. LAT

3. The bully we've been waiting for: Ron Kaye applauds L.A. City Attorney Carmen Trutanich for his shaking his fist at City Hall. Ron Kaye L.A.

4. The membership model: Talking Points Memo is exploring the idea of creating a membership section. Nieman Lab

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