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Rappers, Entertainers Testify on Capitol Hill

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Rappers, Entertainers Testify on Capitol Hill

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Rappers, Entertainers Testify on Capitol Hill

Warning: Language May Be Offensive to Some

Rappers, Entertainers Testify on Capitol Hill

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Percy Miller, also known as "Master P"
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The House Commerce, Trade and Consumer Protection Subcommittee recently held a hearing to examine the use of what some consider offensive language in popular culture. Percy Miller, known to rap fans as Master P, talks about his testimony on Capitol Hill. Also, California Rep. Cliff Sterns, ranking minority member of the subcommittee, explains what he hopes to be accomplished from the hearings.