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Local news is vital to the country, New York Times editor Dean Baquet tells Report for America graduates

Report for America, the fast-growing national service program that places journalists into local newsrooms to report on under-covered issues, celebrated the graduation of 44 corps members Saturday in a ceremony that mustered as much pride, pomp and circumstance allowed by a virtual ceremony filled with scenes beamed via Zoom from living rooms and basements across the country.
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