Should the FCC Curb TV Violence? Last week, the Federal Communications Commission issued a report calling for content regulation of violent programming to extend to cable and satellite channels. Nick Gillespie, editor in chief of Reason magazine, talks about his op-ed that appears in Wednesday's Los Angeles Times, where he argues that the FCC should stay out of the debate over TV violence.
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Should the FCC Curb TV Violence?

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Should the FCC Curb TV Violence?

Should the FCC Curb TV Violence?

Should the FCC Curb TV Violence?

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Last week, the Federal Communications Commission issued a report calling for content regulation of violent programming to extend to cable and satellite channels. Nick Gillespie, editor in chief of Reason magazine, talks about his op-ed that appears in Wednesday's Los Angeles Times, where he argues that the FCC should stay out of the debate over TV violence.

Nick Gillespie, editor in chief of Reason magazine