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Families Wrestle with Concerns on TV Indecency

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Families Wrestle with Concerns on TV Indecency

Families Wrestle with Concerns on TV Indecency

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Nearly a year after Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake caused a national uproar over a Super Bowl performance, American families continue to worry about what their children watch on television. NPR's Robert Siegel visits two households that have decided to set strict limits on TV watching, and finds that the concerns run across political lines.

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