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From Broadcasting & Cable:

[B]oosting the FCC's indecency fines and applying them to performers appears to be dead, at least for this Congress.

Via Jeff Jarvis.

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  1. I enjoy that it is porked onto a defense bill. To keep us safe, our government must remain vigilant in the face of terrorists, drugs, P2P file sharing, and tits. This is what a third of my paycheck buys me.

    My most solemn prayers remain for a 9.5 Richter in D.C., 100 million pregnant chads and free-thinking voters with strong thumbs.


  2. My most solemn prayers remain for a 9.5 Richter in D.C., 100 million pregnant chads and free-thinking voters with strong thumbs.

    Now I know what I want for Christmas.

  3. Sadly, I spoke too soon.
    Another indecent indecency bill was introduced right after this one derailed: Details here.

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