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NEW YORK: Anne Noble, Magazine Publishers of America's government affairs counsel, has resigned after two years. Her achievements include coordinating the successful effort to obtain a presidential veto of CIA-supported 'Official Secrets Act' legislation, and helping persuade the California legislature to delete provisions of a 'right of publicity' bill that presented a threat to magazines' editorial freedom. She is relocating to California.

NEW YORK: Anne Noble, Magazine Publishers of America's government affairs counsel, has resigned after two years. Her achievements include coordinating the successful effort to obtain a presidential veto of CIA-supported 'Official Secrets Act' legislation, and helping persuade the California legislature to delete provisions of a 'right of publicity' bill that presented a threat to magazines' editorial freedom. She is relocating to California.

NEW YORK: Anne Noble, Magazine Publishers of America's government affairs counsel, has resigned after two years. Her achievements include coordinating the successful effort to obtain a presidential veto of CIA-supported 'Official Secrets Act' legislation, and helping persuade the California legislature to delete provisions of a 'right of publicity' bill that presented a threat to magazines' editorial freedom. She is relocating to California.





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