Here's my full story from spokesman.com: By Betsy Z. Russell Women’s rights icon Anita Hill told a large crowd at the University of Idaho on Wednesday that the nation is moving into a “post-fact era” as the federal government stops collecting and posting critical data, from pay inequities to employment practices to sexual assault. “I believe this is going to be an ongoing pattern,” Hill said, as she delivered the annual Bellwood Lecture to an audience of 570 on the Moscow, Idaho campus, citing figures scrubbed from the White House website, initiatives abruptly halted and more. Hill rose to prominence in 1991 when she testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee about sexual harassment during the confirmation of U.S. Supreme Court Justice...
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Women’s rights icon Anita Hill decries ‘post-fact era’ in U of I address