The Silenced Majority

Friday, May 30, 2003

On the eve of perhaps the most important FCC vote in decades, opponents of media deregulation are flooding the commissioners with mail. But is anybody listening? Apparently not, wrote Eric Boehlert recently in Salon.com. He joins Bob to discuss the responsiveness - or lack thereof - of the FCC to the public comment process.

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