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The House Commerce Committee last week approved legislation restricting the FCCs ability to set standards for religious broadcasters seeking to operate on non-commercial licenses. - Broadcasting & Cable

The House Commerce Committee last week approved legislation restricting the FCCs ability to set standards for religious broadcasters seeking to operate on non-commercial licenses.

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The panel also approved an amendment by Rep. Michael Oxley (R-Ohio) requiring public broadcasters to undergo an audit every two years to demonstrate compliance with donor-privacy requirements.

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