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No Movement Yet On FCC Content Probe

December 19, 2013

More than six weeks after the FCC announced a broad probe of political speech that raised serious First Amendment concerns, the city where the program was scheduled to begin — Columbia, S.C. — has yet to hear from the commission.


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