Broadcasters, Free Speech Advocates Challenge FCC Ruling A coalition of 24 broadcasters, producers and free speech advocates files a petition asking the FCC to reconsider its recent obscenity ruling. Members of the coalition say the latest FCC ruling is vague, leaving them wondering what can and cannot be said on the airwaves. NPR's Felix Contreras reports.
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Broadcasters, Free Speech Advocates Challenge FCC Ruling

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Broadcasters, Free Speech Advocates Challenge FCC Ruling

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Broadcasters, Free Speech Advocates Challenge FCC Ruling

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A coalition of 24 broadcasters, producers and free speech advocates files a petition asking the FCC to reconsider its recent obscenity ruling. Members of the coalition say the latest FCC ruling is vague, leaving them wondering what can and cannot be said on the airwaves. NPR's Felix Contreras reports.