Justices decline to say whether rules on indecency are constitutional
WASHINGTON (MCT) — Broadcast television isn’t going to look like cable television any time soon.
In a much-anticipated decision, the Supreme Court declined Thursday to address whether the Federal Communications Commission’s indecency rules — and how they are enforced — are unconstitutional. That determination vacated a lower court ruling that the FCC’s enforcement of its indecency rules was unconstitutional.
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