The Local Community Radio Act, a bill to allow more low-power stations onto the FM band, has just passed the Senate. As regular Reason readers know, the National Association of Broadcasters was working overtime to block the bill. The reformers had to make some concessions before the lobby would back down, and I'm still sussing out what the full consequences of the revised law will be. But I'm inclined to agree with the activist who told me this was "the best we could have gotten when up against the NAB in Congress." More details to come.