Pol wants more FCC power

July 2007
Daily Variety;7/11/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 70, p5
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The article reports on Kansas Senator Sam Brownback's plan to grant the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) authority over fleeting expletives on the broadcast airwaves. The move also include extending FCC regulatory authority over violent content. Brownback plans to attach a finance bill amendments that would extend FCC's indecency authority.


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