screenshot of KSTP The Pointergate drama continues
[UPDATE 12/15]: Thomas emailed yesterday and said that instead of taking a vote, the resolution was moved to the next State Central Committee meeting in February.
The DFL's governing body is considering a resolution that would revoke press credentials from KSTP until it apologizes for Pointergate.
Senate District 65 Chair Megan Thomas sent out notice yesterday that she's sponsoring the measure, which will be voted on at the DFL State Central Committee meeting Saturday. If it passes everyone from the station would be barred from accessing the floor during DFL events.
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