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Q&A with David Morgan

The Capitol Times has had its fair share of dustups with government officials — lest anyone forget the State House’s attempt to effectively kick out a reporter with this paper in 2016. But at the least, those elected or appointed at the state level know to expect a fight from the media. This isn’t the case down in Cochise County, where Dave Morgan, the editor and publisher of the Cochise County Record, is crusading against an opaque and ineffective government that has run largely without accountability in a true news desert. For our newest entry in the Capitol Times‘ series of digital Q-and-As, Morgan took the time to discuss this effort, the nature of government corruption and the decimation of local news.

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