(NBC News) For as much as the Washington NFL team would like the debate regarding its name to go away, it won't.
And now the debate has extended to the question of whether two local radio stations have shied away from running ads against the name.
WJFK and WPGC have both declined to broadcast ads purchased by the Oneida Indian Nation. CBS Radio Washington, which owns the two stations, explained its decision.
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"Based on the amount of on-air debate, adding paid commercials from one side is not something that we think is beneficial for this discussion and for our audience," senior vice president of CBS Radio Washington said via email, which Oneida Indian Nation forwarded to the Washington Post.