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By Naomi RobbinsNewspapers are expected to check facts and report accurately. Why, then, should they not also be expected to check their charts and graphs and ensure that they are accurate. Figure 1 appears on page 13 of the February 4, 2013 issue of NJBIZ. My measurements show that the green square is about 9% of the […]

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