|This ad was paid for by the Minnesota Child Protection League, "A group of veteran religious right and tea party activists."|
"If you were doing a story on how media of all kinds (broadcast, print, digital) handle campaign and advocacy advertising, I'd consider how we could contribute to the conversation," he wrote in an email. "But I don't think that's what you're doing."
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