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Wednesday, January 10, 2001 at 1:00am

Once upon a time federal law required that radio and other media that create their own programming abide by the Fairness Doctrine.

Like most federal rulings, the doctrine was lengthy and complex and tied to various other provisions with labels such as equal-time provision and Section 315.

But the bottom line was that there was a golden rule of sorts - do unto others, and others can talk back and tell their side. In principle, it was applied most frequently to politicians who wanted to air their views - and didn

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