Media Ownership Hearing Cut Short Due to Votes... Again
December 3, 2015
The House Communications Subcommittee tried to reconvene its media ownership hearing Thursday, but following the news that a series of seven floor votes were scheduled, was forced to cut it short once again after only a handful of quick questions.
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