Story number 3 for 13 Jan 2000

By January 13, 2000

An increased number of protests have been directed toward the Federal
Communications Commission after recently limiting the amount of preaching
that a public television station can air. Several U-S congressmen filed a letter of
protest to the FCC Chairman saying that the policy that was implemented amounts to
an unconstitutional restriction of religious speech in the United States. Officials with the
National Religious Broadcasters say if the FCC decision is upheld as many as 90
stations would have to comply.

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