Ruling opens public stations to political advertising

Public broadcasting stations are now free to take political advertising after a California appeals court struck down a federal ban. The case involved Bay Area-based KMTP, which had been fined for airing political ads from 1999 to 2002. The station challenged the $10,000 penalty, saying it interfered with free speech.

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