Movement To Push Russia’s State-Sponsored Station Off DC Air.

September 20, 2017

Several members of Congress are asking the Federal Communications Commission to take a closer look at the operations of a Washington, DC radio station. A trio of House Democrats is calling into question the ability of the Russian state-sponsored news outlet Sputnik to have what they believe is a 24-hour propaganda outlet in heart of the U.S. capitol.

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