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Question of the Week: Should the FCC get tougher?

The Parents Television Council has reported that there has been a jump in profanity usage in prime time entertainment. It says the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should get tougher. Do you agree?

Frank Michaleski

Mount Pleasant

“I can agree with that, but the FCC needs to enforce the rules that are already in place.”

Alex Akerley

Mount Pleasant

“They should, because a lot of young children watch TV at that time.”

Evan Bozzarelli

Mount Pleasant

“I agree. It influences the way society talks and it influences children.”

Amanda Smiley

Acme

“I agree. They should beep it out on TV and music.”

Mitch McCloy

Mount Pleasant

“It’s not that bad as long as they don’t use certain words. You can hear those words other places than on TV.”

Julie Sirgey

Mount Pleasant

“They should always use guidelines like PG-13 and they should rate them fairly.”


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