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  • Mr. Martin said he tried to "strike an appropriate balance" with the new rules, noting the criticism from his fellow commissioners.

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  • In a joint statement yesterday, Mr. Pence and Mr. Walden commended Mr. Martin but said it is still necessary to pass their bill, the Broadcaster Freedom Act, to "ensure that no future administration or FCC chairman have the power to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine without an act of Congress."

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