Trump’s new budget axes NPR and PBS, take action

On March 16, the Trump administration released its budget outline for 2018, complete with a plan to axe funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which funds hundreds of local NPR and PBS stations around the country along with many public-media programs.1

This could mean no more NewsHour, no more Frontline, and no more Democracy Now! on your local station. We encourage you to make your voice heard in denouncing this terrible news.

Take action to tell Congress how important public broadcasting is by clicking here.

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