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Media sues for names of Kushner real estate investors


apartment buildings in Maryland. The Associated Press, The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, ProPublica and WMAR-TV argued in the brief that the media has a right to know the names of the investors, saying they have a “presumptive right” to view ...


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Several media outlets filed a motion in federal court Friday to obtain the identities of investors in various Kushner Cosapartment buildings in Maryland.The Associated Press, The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, ProPublica and WMAR-TV argued in the brief that the media has a right to know the names of the investors, saying they have a “presumptive right” to view court documents. The outlets also argued that Kushner Coshas not offered a “compelling government interest," which is needed to prohibit the media from having access. ADVERTISEMENT

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