Hawaii’s move to mandate a journalist group to vet news sources for “ethics and objectivity” ignites debate on misinformation and freedom of the press.

Lawmakers in the US state of Hawaii are trying to get a journalist association there to come up with and adhere to a new “process” that would make sure their sources are “ethical and objective.”

This comes in the shape of a state Senate resolution asking the Society of Professional Journalists chapter in Hawaii to find a way to carry out such evaluation.

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