Bleep! Censoring Rock and Rap Music

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forfeitures shall be in addition to any other general or specific, penalties herein provided. It shall be the duty of the various district attorneys [U.S. attorneys], under the direction of the Attorney General of the United States, to prosecute for the recovery of forfeitures under this Act. The costs and expenses of such prosecutions shall be paid from the appropriation for the expenses of the courts of the United States.


NOTES
1
Bill Holland and Phyllis Stark, "FCC Slaps Indecency Fines on Three Stern Outlets", Billboard, Oct. 31, 1992, p. 4.
2
Joe Flint, "The Case for Raising Caps; Ownership of Radio and Television Stations", 122 Broadcasting23 ( Aug. 31, 1992)
3
Flint, "Raising Caps".
4
Harry A. Jessell, "FCC Puts Broadcasters on Notice for Indecency", 122 Broadcasting 29 ( 1992).
5
Jessell, "Broadcasters on Notice".
6
Flint, "Raising Caps".
8
Jessell, "Broadcasters on Notice".
9
"97.1 KLSX Responds to FCC Threat of Fine", Business Wire, Jan. 4, 1993 (quoting KLSX general manager Jim Freeman).
10
Jessell, "Broadcasters on Notice".
11
Joe Palka, "Howard Stern's Mouth Puts Bite on Infinity", Washington Times, Final Edition, Dec. 20, 1992, p. D3; Warren Publishing, Inc., "Largest FCC Fine Ever; Infinity Fined Record $600,000 for Stern Broadcasts Ruled Indecent", 12 Communications Daily2 ( Dec. 21, 1992).
12
See 47 U.S.C. § 402 ( 1992); Joe Flint, "WLUP; AM Goes to Court; Station Refused to Pay Indecency Fine in Protest of Decision", 122 Reed Publishing USA10 ( Aug. 24, 1992); "FCC May Go to Court Against Chicago Station", United Press International, Feb. 6, 1992, BC cycle.
13
Flint, "WLUP".
14
Bill Holland, "WLUP Case Seems Court-Bound; Would Be 1st Over Indecency Rules", Billboard, Feb. 15, 1992, Radio section, p. 75; Joe Flint, "Evergreen to Fight Indecency Charge; Since It has No Avenue of Appeal for FCC Fine, It Will Refuse to Pay; Matter then Gets Handed Over to Justice Department", 122 Broadcasting91 ( Jan. 13, 1992).
15
See 47 U.S.C. § 402(b) ( 1992) for a list of FCC actions that are so appealable. See also, e.g., Action for Children's Television v. FCC, 932 F.2d 1504 ( 1991); Action for Children's Television v. FCC, 821 F.2d 741 ( 1987).
16
Flint, "Evergreen"; "FCC May Go to Court". See also, Warren Publishing, Inc., 11 Communications Daily, Dec. 9, 1991.
17
title 28 United States Code § 2341. Definitions

(3) "agency" means -- (A) The Commission, when the order sought to be reviewed was entered by the Federal Communications Commission. . . .

§ 2342. Jurisdiction of court of appeals

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