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In Louisiana, a hotly-contested primary in a race for Congress has resulted in a state judge ordering a spot off the air.  The court’s order does not seem to be available online.  The article notes that the move by the “court represents an unusual step in a political campaign and is made all the more extreme” by the judge’s order.  The controversy implicates serious issues under the Federal Communications Act of 1934, FCC rules, Supreme Court precedent, and National Association of Broadcasters’ guidelines

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