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Limited Government Group Wants To Limit Satellite Bill

July 8, 2014

Americans for Limited Government want a limited satellite reauthorization bill as well, or preferably no new compulsory license at all. In a letter to Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), ranking member of the Senate Commerce Committee, Americans for Limited Government president Nathan Mehrens said that it would be better for the satellite compulsory license to expire and program negotiations revert to the marketplace.

 



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