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Justices Take Up On-Air Vulgarity Again

Offbeat  (tags: FCC, radio, vulgar, Supreme Court )

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WASHINGTON -- The issue of vulgar speech on the nation's regulated airwaves, a flash point for decades, reached the Supreme Court again on Monday. Cher at the 2002 Billboard Music Awards. Her use of a common expletive in receiving an award led to an F


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Jim P (3247)
Thursday March 20, 2008, 10:32 am
"The Parents Television Council, a group whose members filed the original complaints, also said it was pleased. Of the 234 complaints the commission received after the 2003 Golden Globes broadcast, all but 17 were generated by the Parents Television Council."

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