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Free Press Says FCC Squelching Speech

Advocacy group Free Press says the FCC is trying to stop people from expressing views about net neutrality. The agency prevented people from entering the March open meeting until they turned t-shirts they were wearing inside out, according to Free Press. The shirts said, "Protect Net Neutrality."

“It is beyond ironic that the Federal Communications Commission -- the government agency charged with promoting First Amendment values -- seems intent on violating the First Amendment,” Free Press writes in a letter sent to the FCC on Monday.

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