Inside the First Amendment column: FCC study - Necessary report or 'national news nanny'?

9:58 PM, Mar. 5, 2014
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The First Amendment establishes our right to a press free from intrusion, regulation or intimidation by the government.

As to a right to be free from questions by a national "news nanny," it's all in how you view the ultimate intent.

A few weeks ago, a Republican appointee to the Federal Communications Commission kicked up a fuss - particularly among conservative groups - about a planned FCC study of how journalists make news decisions. ...

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