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Comment Re:Shocked! (Score 1) 873

I'm generally not one to support Feinstein, but opposition to the Fairness Doctrine on free speech grounds strikes me as being silly, since the broadcast spectrum is regarded as public property, and the right to broadcast over a particular frequency in a particular area is a monopoly granted by the government. I generally don't see people protesting that monopoly on free speech grounds.

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