Radio Crime
(FMQB) Speaking at the National Cable & Telecommunications Association convention on Monday, U.S. House Judiciary Committee Chairman James Sensenbrenner, Jr. (R-WI) voiced his opinion that those who flagrantly violate FCC indecency standards should be subject to criminal prosecution rather than a regulatory process.

"That way you aim the cannon specifically at the people who are committing the offenses," he explained to attendees. "The people who are trying to do the right thing end up being penalized the same way the people who are doing the wrong thing." [see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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