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Republicans Back Down On Effort to Defund Transparency Rule - ProPublica

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Republicans on the House Appropriations Committee today dropped an effort to defund a new Federal Communications Commission rule that will make political ad data available on the Internet. The FCC rule, which was OKed by the commission earlier this year and is expected to go into effect sometime this summer or fall, would require TV stations to put detailed records on political ad buys on a new Web site. The files are currently public but are kept on paper at stations.

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Republicans must have figured that they needed to ... by Mari Eliza on Wednesday, Jun 20, 2012 at 3:18:28 PM