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>> My goodness, it's so good to be here.>> Former vice presidential nominee, Sarah Palin, is suing the New York Times. The former Alaska Governor filed a defamation lawsuit against the newspaper in response to a recent editorial suggesting a link between Palin's political action committee and the 2011 Arizona shooting rampage that killed six people and severely injured then Congresswoman, Gabby Giffords.
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The Times ran the editorial on June 14th, the day Representative Steve Scalise and others were shot as House Republicans were practicing for a congressional baseball game in Alexandria, Virginia. The editorial focused on politically motivated attacks against Congress members. The Times issued a correction to the editorial the next day.
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But Palin says it didn't go far enough. A spokeswoman for the Times says they will defend against any claim vigorously.>> To do the right thing.>> Palin is seeking more than $75,000 in damages, according to the lawsuit.