Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, expressed his hope that the V-chip education ad campaign backed by the Ad Council, and a host of media trade associations would take hold, obviating the need for Congress to pass further legislation to regulate broadcast indecency. "I hope Congress will listen to this and give it time to work," Stevens said, after the screening, which also was attended by committee ranking Democrat Sen. Daniel Inouye of Hawaii.

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