Should public broadcasting be spared?

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The line items for publicly funded radio and TV have been essentially spared in both House and Senate budgets.

The Senate made $146,000 in cuts to the current public broadcasting budget of about $3.5 million.

The House budget has no cuts at all to public broadcasting. Not a penny.

That means in Conference Committee this week, public broadcasting will likely lose no more than 4 percent of its budget — if that.

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