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While Sesame Street
is likely not in danger, the notion of cutting funding for public programming like
PBS and NPR is a very real threat to those who value it. It’s been a goal of
conservatives for many years, though none can recall a politician who opted to
drag Big Bird into the debate.
The problem with cutting federal funding for PBS and similar
programs is that it will greatly endanger small localities’ abilities to
continue running show like PBS and Reading Rainbow in rural and poorer areas
across the U.S. While Romney argues that cutting PBS will help ease the nation’s
debt, the reality is that funding for PBS constitutes .00016 percent of the
What do you think of
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BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 10/6/2012 8:48:00 PM
POSTED IN election 2012, Mitt Romney, 2012 election issues
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