Gigi Sohn faced what at times was tough questioning by the Senate Commerce Committee on Wednesday on her nomination to fill a seat on the FCC. Sohn was grilled for her past criticism of conservative media, but she said such views won’t impact her policy decisions if confirmed. Sohn also told Senators that a rollback of media ownership limits has gone too far. “We need to consider whether some of those need to be restored,” she said. Read more
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