“To limit the ability of journalists to attend, listen, see and question Woods goes against the grain of everything we believe,” said GWAA president Vartan Kupelian, since out of the 950 writers in the association, only six would be allowed to attend the conference, which occurred at 11 am today. No big deal, since Woods’ entire prepared statement, which didn’t include any questions from the audience, was broadcast online via CBS.
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