Senate Reverses FCC Rules In a 55-40 vote, the Senate approves a resolution to roll back new FCC rules that would allow greater concentration of media ownership. But the measure faces a tougher battle in the House and a likely veto from President Bush. Hear NPR's David Welna.
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Senate Votes to Repeal FCC Rules

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Senate Votes to Repeal FCC Rules

Senate Votes to Repeal FCC Rules

Senate Votes to Repeal FCC Rules

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In a 55-40 vote, the Senate approves a resolution to roll back new FCC rules that would allow greater concentration of media ownership. But the measure faces a tougher battle in the House and a likely veto from President Bush. Hear NPR's David Welna.