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NPR Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin looks at the network’s decision to remove All Things Considered host Michele Norris from recent political stories because her husband was an adviser to John Kerry’s campaign. “. . . I worry that news organizations will in effect censor their own journalists because of what their partners and spouses do. It is dangerous because it infers that journalists are incapable of good journalism because of what their spouses and partners believe,” he writes. (Via Romenesko.)