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Argument: Fairness Doctrine does not censor; only ensures balance

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"Broadcasting, reintroducing the Fairness Doctrine". Debatabase. 27 Aug. 2008 - "Reintroducing the Fairness Doctrine would promote free speech rather than act to limit it. The Supreme Court found in 1969 that the Fairness Doctrine did not abridge free speech because requiring access for a range of viewpoints does nothing to restrict the right to present a particular opinion. The rights of citizens as listeners and viewers to hear a broad range of ideas easily outweighs any right the broadcasters might claim to put out any one viewpoint they choose, to the exclusion of all others."

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