Cable Ruling

The Supreme Court today upheld a federal law that forces cable television firms to carry local broadcast stations. The high court affirmed a ruling by three federal judges that the so-called must-carry cable television law does not violate constitutional free-speech protections. NPR's Phillip Davis reports.

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