Lamont talks about fake news and current issues

WINSTED — Former senatorial and gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont discussed the current state of journalism, the U.S. government, along with a history of “fake news” and its consequences at the Winsted Community Bookstore on Saturday, Feb. 25.

“At least with a bookstore you know where the fiction and the nonfiction piles are,” Lamont said at the beginning of his discussion. “I’m here to talk about the blurring of that line in the media. As a former newspaper editor, I can tell you that it counts.”

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