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What does SNL stand for?

SNL stands for Springfield News-Leader (Missouri newspaper)

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Earlier, Tate was operations director of Missouri's Springfield News-Leader and general manager of The Guidon, the authorized paper of Fort Leonard Wood.
In a letter printed in The Springfield News-Leader on Tuesday, Pitt's mother supported Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his conservative views on homosexuality.
It began in September 2007, when a Springfield News-Leader columnist obtained a copy of an e-mail from Blunt's chief of staff, Ed Martin, to antiabortion groups discussing an attack on Attorney General lay Nixon, Blunt's probable opponent for governor in the 2008 general election.
McClure, freelance editorial writer, Chelsea, Michigan Tony Messenger, editorial page editor, Springfield News-Leader, Missouri Rebecca Nappi, associate editor and columnist, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Washington Mary Newsom, associate editor, The Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, North Carolina Karen Nolan, opinion page editor, The Reporter, Vacaville, California Susan Parker, editorial page editor, The Daily Times, Salisbury, Maryland Margo Pope, opinion editor, St.