While this week’s Supreme Court decision upheld the FCC’s ludicrous policy of fining TV stations for “fleeting expletives,” there’s hope. The overarching question of whether any FCC control of language on TV or radio is constitutional will go back to the appeals court and then to the Supreme Court. And indications are the justices will side with broadcasters.
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