A reporter for the Pensalcola News Journal was critical of Wal-Mart’s practices:
Mark then described how Friedman’s book pointed out that more than 10,000 children of Wal-Mart employees are in a Georgia health-care program, which costs the state’s taxpayers nearly $10 million a year. Mark also pointed out that a New York Times report found that 31 percent of the patients at a North Carolina hospital were Wal-Mart employees on Medicaid.
Important hair to split: censorship by a government entity is not in practice here. If Wal-Mart were the only place to buy this paper it might be more of an issue.