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Political Ad Trackers File FCC Complaint Against Stations

July 17, 2014

The Sunlight Foundation, joined by the Campaign Legal Center and Common Cause, has filed complaints at the FCC against two TV stations it said failed to properly identify the sponsors of political ads.

 

 


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