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Media covering the CMAs have been warned not to ask about guns, politics and the Las Vegas shooting

  • Media covering the CMAs have been warned not to ask about guns, politics and the Las Vegas shooting

    The CMA Awards released media guidelines Thursday specifically mentioning the "Las Vegas tragedy, gun rights, political affiliations or topics of the like" as topics forbidden from being asked on the red carpet before the Nov. 8 ceremony. "It's an evening to honor the outstanding achievements in Country Music of the previous year and we want everyone to feel comfortable talking to press about this exciting time," according to the guidelines. "If you are reported as straying from these guidelines, your credential will be reviewed and potentially revoked via security escort."

    TOPICS: ABC, CMA Awards, Award Shows, Las Vegas Shooting

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