FCC Defends Broadcast Foreign-Ownership Disclosure Rule In Federal Court

The FCC is defending its decision to make broadcasters do some extra due diligence in identifying foreign leased programming, a decision that came amid concerns about foreign disinformation in U.S. media. Calling it a “minimal extension” of its longstanding regulations regarding foreign programming sponsorship, the FCC told the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit it should not block that rule “extension.”

Judge Tries To Block New York Times’s Coverage Of Project Veritas

Court Skeptical Of Trump Drug Ads Rule

Drugmakers and the administration headed to court Monday in a fight over a Trump rule that would require companies to disclose the list prices of their drugs in television advertising.