By JOHN FRIEDLEIN
Considering the financial challenges faced by newspapers and television stations these days, should the government make the media dedicate a minimum amount of coverage to elections — with the goal of bolstering voter turnout?
Elizabethtown teenager Caleb Moore thinks not. After all, he wrote, the media sufficiently informs the public about candidates and races. Plus, such an act would be unconstitutional and could be a slippery slope leading to a law against negatively writing about public officials.