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Even though 75 percent of Americans want more Federal Communications Commission (FCC) restrictions on public television content, the FCC is considering dropping current broadcast decency standards that ban explicit profanity and “non-sexual” nudity.

Last week, Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee (CWALAC) CEO and President Penny Nance hand delivered 26,447 “Stop the FCC” petitions to FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai.

We applaud Penny and the 26,447 concerned citizens who are standing with CWALAC for our kids and our future. Click here to add your name to the next round of petitions. The last thing we need is more filth and vulgarity. June 19 is the cut-off date set by the FCC to receive the public’s feedback on its consideration to slash its broadcast decency standards. The FCC is failing America’s families, giving broadcasters unfettered access to our children to peddle their vulgarity in the name of “freedom of speech.”

Don’t let it happen.

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