Bloomberg says his news reporters need to accept restrictions

NEW YORK -- Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg says employees at his news organization need to accept restrictions with their paycheque, including the ban on investigating their boss.

Bloomberg, billionaire founder of Bloomberg News, was asked in a CBS News interview about rules put in place when he announced his candidacy: The organization's reporters are not allowed to probe him and his finances, or any of his Democratic rivals.

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