Voting To Save PBS

Sen. Larry Pressler (R-S.D.) has been public broadcasting’s most vocal foe in Congress, threatening legislation that would privatize PBS. Meanwhile, back in his home state, where the conservative lawmaker faces a tough re-election campaign next year against Democratic Congressman Tim Johnson, bumper stickers already have popped up that read “Save PBS. Privatize Pressler.”

Dennis Wharton contributed to this report.

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