With Focus On Compliance, Not Punishment, FCC Rescinds Some Political File Consent Decrees

August 27, 2020

Under the deal, about two dozen broadcasters will no longer be subject to the dictates of a consent decree even after they already signed the agreement to settle investigations into whether stations took too long to place documents into their political file. In each of the cases the small operators were found to have five or fewer violations.

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