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Dear Tribune Co.:

We need journalism that serves communities, not extremist agendas. We need media owners who will encourage their reporters to expose corporate and government wrongdoing. Charles and David Koch are more interested in serving their own interests than in providing the news and reporting that people need.

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    Bad News: Stop the Koch Brothers

    The bankrupt Tribune Company is selling its daily newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune and the Los Angeles Times. Charles and David Koch  billionaire brothers notorious for their extreme politics — may be the buyers.

    According to the New York Times, the Koch brothers want to buy these media properties to push their anti-environment, anti-labor and anti-democracy agenda.

    We don't need more corporate control of our media and our politics. We need journalism that fights corruption — not hack writing that covers it up.

    Stopping the Koch brothers’ bid for the Tribune Company is about supporting the kind of journalism that serves communities and acts as a watchdog against the wealthy and powerful.

    Tell the Tribune Co.: Don't sell your papers to the Koch brothers.

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