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Is Congress Turning Off Your Televangelist?

December 17, 2013

Congress is trying to take televangelists from your televisions.
 
That's the argument from faith-based broadcasters who are pushing to preserve the nation's "must-carry" rules. The rules, which date back to 1992, require cable and satellite companies to pick up local broadcast affiliates—even the small, less popular stations.


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