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Views of the News Preview: Twitter sues Elon Musk

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Dan Milmo, The Guardian: “Can Elon Musk really walk away from $44bn Twitter takeover?

Ivan Mehta, TechCrunch: “Twitter lawyers say Musk’s termination of the deal is “invalid and wrongful

Kalley Huang, New York Times: “What is Delaware’s Court of Chancery and its role in Elon Musk’s Twitter deal?

Lauren Feiner, CNBC: “Elon Musk notifies Twitter he is terminating deal

Ramishah Maruf, CNN: “What’s next for Twitter now that Elon Musk wants out?

William D. Cohan, Puck: “The Musk reckoning

Felix Salmon, Axios: “Elon vs. Twitter: The updated flow chart

Dominick Mastrangelo, The Hill: “Wall Street Journal: Musk-Twitter deal falling through would be ‘loss for free speech’

Todd Spangler, Variety: “Elon Musk responds to Twitter’s threat to sue him over reneging on deal – with a meme

Lauren Hirsch, New York Times: “Twitter is ready for a legal battle to force Elon Musk to buy the company.

Kate Conger & Mike Isaac, New York Times: “How Elon Musk damaged Twitter and left it worse off

David Moye, HuffPost: “17 snarkiest tweets about Elon Musk trying to back out of Twitter deal

Everyone needs an editor?

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Tucker Carlson: ‘I don’t clear anything with anybody’

Proud Boys column removed in Sarasota

Jennifer Orsi, Sarasota Herald-Tribune: “From the editor: Guest column about Proud Boys did not meet our standards

Melissa Radovich, Sarasota Herald-Tribune: “Attacking Proud Boys does a disservice to caring school parents” (via Wayback Machine Internet Archive)

Sarah Rumpf, Mediate: “Sarasota Herald-Tribune publishes bonkers op-ed from wife of Proud Boy member defending group as ‘caring parents’

Sarah Rumpf, Mediaite: “Sarasota Herald-Tribune deletes op-ed by Proud Boy wife after backlash – but doesn’t address major conflict

Lydia O’Connor, HuffPost: “Florida paper retracts column defending Proud Boys after omitting key detail

Arizona law restricts recording police activity

Chelsea Curtis, Arizona Republic: “Recordings within 8 feet of police illegal in Arizona under bill signed into law by Ducey

National Press Photographers Association: “Arizona HB 2319 would make it illegal to film police within 15 feet

Amanda Holpuch, New York Times: “Arizona law bans people from recording police within eight feet

News Media Alliance: “Alliance opposes bill restricting journalists’ rights of access

Lindsey Bever, Washington Post: “New Arizona law criminalizes filming police from less than 8 feet away

Jared Gans, The Hill: “Arizona to outlaw recording police within 8 feet

Spending in St. Louis County

Nassim Benchaabane, St. Louis Post Dispatch: “Sunshine Law expert sounds alarm over St. Louis County Council plan

It’s not you… it’s me.

Amanda Ripley, Washington Post: “I stopped reading the news. Is the problem me – or the product?

AMY SIMONS teaches news literacy, multimedia journalism and advanced social media strategies.