Something called the League of American Voters says that it wants to purchase advertising time on ABC for a thirty-second spot, but was denied. They call it a “brazen act of censorship.” That’s a bit overwrought — I prefer to call it “editorial discretion,” since “censorship,” strictly speaking, is something that governments do.

Still, the action doesn’t speak well of ABC, which has already come under fire for giving favorable treatment to the pro-government side of the health-care debate.

By the way, you can watch the video here.

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(Cross-posted from State House Call.)


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