Media Matters: How CNN & MSNBC Are Letting Fox News Influence Their Abortion Coverage with Sharon Kann (Electorette)

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This episode explores a new report by Media Matters which reveals how television networks like MSNBC and CNN, allow Fox News to influence their abortion related coverage, poisoning the coverage with lies about abortion. Sharon Kann, an abortion rights and reproductive health program director at Media Matters, discusses the details of the report.

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Media Matters ReportOther networks are letting Fox News poison abortion-related coverage with dangerous lies

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