House Restores $100 Million for CPB

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A solid majority of the House votes to restore $100 million in funds for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Despite that vote, the House has eliminated more than $100 million designated for CPB in other funds for digital technology and children's programming. Also Thursday, former Republican National Committee co-chair, Patricia Harrison, is named president and chief executive of the CPB.



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