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$100m cut rejected for public TV, radio

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / June 24, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives yesterday voted overwhelmingly to keep intact the government's basic funding for public television and radio, turning back an effort by GOP budget-writers to cut $100 million from the broadcasting agency they have accused of pushing a left-leaning political agenda. (Full article: 1009 words)

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