No TV Coverage in Maine Until "Bar Harbor is under water"

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Michael Palmer, the general manager of television stations WVII and WFVX, ABC and Fox affiliates in Bangor, Maine, has told his staff  that when “Bar Harbor is under water, then we can do global warming stories.” Palmer said he wanted no more stories broadcast on global warming because: “a) we do local news, b) the issue evolved from hard science into hard politics and c) despite what you may have heard from the mainstream media, this science is far from conclusive.”

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