FCC's O'Rielly Warns KidVid Opponents That Rules Could Go Away

October 25, 2018

FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly used his speech at the Media Institute's Free Speech America gala in Washington Wednesday (Oct. 24) to suggest that the FCC's KidVid rules might be unconstitutional, and told those fighting against any changes to the FCC's KidVid rules that "might want to reconsider their approach lest they end up with the rules being struck down altogether on First Amendment grounds."

Read more at: https://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/fccs-orielly-warns-kidvid-opponents-that-rules-could-go-away

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