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Bill Threatens to Dump Christian TV Programming

December 18, 2013

The National Religious Broadcasters organization is urging Congress not to pass the bill.

Dr. Jerry Johnson, president and CEO of NRB, said the bill "would be a significant detriment to Christian TV stations and the viewers who rely on them for spiritual guidance."

 

 


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