HR 642

112th CONGRESS
1st Session

H. R. 642

To prevent the Federal Communications Commission from repromulgating the fairness doctrine.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

February 10, 2011

Mr. PENCE (for himself, Mr. WALDEN, Mr. AKIN, Mrs. BACHMANN, Mr. BARTLETT, Mr. BILBRAY, Mrs. BLACKBURN, Mr. BROUN of Georgia, Mr. CANSECO, Mr. COLE, Mr. CONAWAY, Mr. CRAWFORD, Mr. FLEMING, Mr. FLORES, Mr. FRANKS of Arizona, Mr. GARDNER, Mr. GOHMERT, Mr. ISSA, Mr. JORDAN, Mr. KING of Iowa, Mr. LUETKEMEYER, Mrs. LUMMIS, Mr. MCKINLEY, Mr. MURPHY of Pennsylvania, Mr. NEUGEBAUER, Mr. ROE of Tennessee, Mr. STUTZMAN, Mr. WALBERG, Mr. WESTMORELAND, Mr. GINGREY of Georgia, Mr. HUNTER, Mr. MACK, Mr. TURNER, Mr. SOUTHERLAND, Mr. LAMBORN, Mrs. HARTZLER, Mr. WALSH of Illinois, Mr. NUGENT, Mr. POSEY, Mr. KINGSTON, Mr. JONES, Mr. AMASH, Mrs. MILLER of Michigan, Mr. BRADY of Texas, Mr. BURTON of Indiana, Mr. CAMPBELL, Mr. FLAKE, Mr. DREIER, Mr. GARRETT, Mr. DUNCAN of Tennessee, Mr. ROYCE, Mr. THOMPSON of Pennsylvania, Mr. TERRY, Mr. HASTINGS of Washington, Mr. TIBERI, Mr. HENSARLING, Mr. BACHUS, Mr. ROGERS of Alabama, Mr. ROGERS of Michigan, Mr. POE of Texas, Mr. MCCOTTER, Mr. ROGERS of Kentucky, Mr. MCCLINTOCK, Mr. WILSON of South Carolina, Mr. ROHRABACHER, Mr. MCCAUL, Mr. BARTON of Texas, Mr. YOUNG of Alaska, Mrs. EMERSON, Mr. FARENTHOLD, Mr. YARMUTH, Mr. MANZULLO, Mrs. MCMORRIS RODGERS, Mr. LATTA, Mr. SMITH of Nebraska, Mr. WHITFIELD, Mr. SCALISE, Mr. SMITH of Texas, Mr. WITTMAN, Mr. LATOURETTE, Mr. KING of New York, Ms. JENKINS, Mr. PITTS, Mr. GRAVES of Missouri, Mr. HARPER, Mr. SCHOCK, Mr. WEST, Mr. LANKFORD, Mrs. ELLMERS, Ms. GRANGER, Ms. FOXX, Mr. YOUNG of Florida, Mr. BUCHANAN, Mr. BISHOP of Utah, Mr. HELLER, Mr. CRENSHAW, Mr. ROSS of Florida, Mr. GRIFFIN of Arkansas, Mr. SIMPSON, Mr. BONNER, Mr. CRAVAACK, Mr. PLATTS, Mr. STEARNS, Mr. WOMACK, Mr. ROKITA, Mr. LANDRY, Mrs. BONO MACK, Mr. QUAYLE, Mr. KLINE, Mr. POMPEO, Mr. KINZINGER of Illinois, Mr. DUNCAN of South Carolina, Mr. GARY G. MILLER of California, and Mr. PETRI) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Energy and Commerce


A BILL

To prevent the Federal Communications Commission from repromulgating the fairness doctrine.

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 2. FAIRNESS DOCTRINE PROHIBITED.

`SEC. 303A. LIMITATION ON GENERAL POWERS: FAIRNESS DOCTRINE.

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