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There's been plenty of attention this year on fake news reports and the impact that they might have, particularly in connection with this year's heated presidential election.
On a more local level, the issue surfaced this month in a Texas Tribune report on multiple fake news stories that Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller shared on his Facebook page.
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