Oklahoma Rep. Rips FCC, TV on House Floor
July 17, 2014
Rep. James Lankford (R-Okla.) introduced and then withdrew an amendment to the Financial Services bill—which includes FCC appropriations—that would have prevented the FCC from changing its indecency enforcement policy to pursue only egregious cases, as it has been informally doing since FCC chairman Julius Genachowski adopted the policy almost two years ago.
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