Arguments Against The Cardigans

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The Cardigans want to advertise commercials on clothes that are too revealing The Cardigans want to have their commercials on WBLAH television station but WBLAH does not to air the commercial. WBLAH have children watching their station they feel that have commercials with clothes too revealing would not be good for the children to watch. The Cardigans feel that WBLAH is violated their freedom of speech under the 1st Amendment. WBLAH disagree they do not commercials not suitable for children. The Cardigans believe that WBLAH is going by the old law that does not allow commercial are not suitable for children. Cardigan believes that WBLAH going by the FC.C. rule that tries to hide the commercials with smoking and other commercials that were
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