That's the question asked by Pasadena Weekly's Kevin Uhrich, who says that "some in the alternative press ... aren't so sure anymore." According to Uhrich, the skeptics are asking whether the stories celebrated by Sonoma State University's annual enterprise are relevant and accurate, and whether they are truly censored. "Really, there are very few stories in American journalism that get censored," says LA Weekly's Marc Cooper, who questions whether stories that are ignored by the mainstream press should be feted. The San Francisco Bay Guardian's Bruce Brugmann sees it differently: "There is no doubt that Project Censored is needed, and if anybody doesn't like it and they don't think it's needed, they should do their own [list] and run that at the same time. They should do their own stories, in their city, in their region, in their state, or even nationally."

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