(WASHINGTON TIMES) Thousands of people — often describing themselves as parents and grandparents — passionately urged the FCC not to change policy and allow “fleeting” or “isolated” instances of nudity and cursing on public airwaves.

More than 101,000 comments were filed just hours before the Wednesday evening deadline to the Federal Communications Commission on its possible policy change for programming airing before 10 p.m.

Just how much impact these comments will have on the agency’s final decision remains unclear.


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