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With McCain Visiting the White House, New Spotlight on Lobbying Scandal
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ABCNews.com's piece "Public Broadcasting Activists Refute McCain Campaign 'Facts' on FCC Letters" reports: "After the story broke, the McCain campaign distributed a lengthy document stating that the senator's commerce committee staff 'met with public broadcasting activists from the Pittsburgh area' who opposed a controversial license swap involving Iseman's client, Paxson Communications, before it sent two letters to the Federal Communication Commission urging the commissioners to vote on the issue. ...
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