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President urges media shutterbugs to respect daughters’ privacy

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / August 24, 2009

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EDGARTOWN - The Obama White House, like administrations before it, has gone to great lengths to accommodate the press corps traveling with the president on his first official vacation in office. Staffers arranged for a filing center at a local school, assembled “pools’’ of reporters to tail the president if he goes out, and promised to brief the press daily. (Full article: 322 words)

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