Proposed Budget Cuts for Public Broadcasting The House reverses a $100 million, or 25 percent, proposed spending cut for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The proposed spending decrease accompanied controversy over CPB Chairman Kenneth Tomlinson's charges of liberal bias in public broadcasting.
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Proposed Budget Cuts for Public Broadcasting

The House reverses a 25 percent cut in funds for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

The Future of Public Broadcasting

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CPB Meets to Discuss 2006 Budget

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Congress Looks to Cut Funding for Public Broadcasting

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