Originally Posted by Measure for Measure
Something like that would happen.
Murdoch vehicles: Sky News, Fox News, The Sun, the Wall Street Journal. Their content and effect are not equivalent, but the funds that would be directed at campaigning to unduly influence public opinion may find a
Anyway, I think there's a unique difference in the US in that advertising can be regulated in the interests of a healthy electorate only if the advertising is subject to the Central Hudson
test, or at least that's the trend in the US. Such restrictions don't limit celebrities saying they love to smoke or showing Johnny Depp looking dapper with a cigarette in some movie, so the slippery slope argument is deflated.