Children's TV: More debate expected

Children's television legislation likely will be on the Congressional agenda again this year following Ronald Reagan's surprise "pocket veto" of a bill passed at the close of the 1988 session. That bill, which had received overwhelming support in the House and Senate as well as the grudging support of the broadcast industry, would have stiffened requirements for local broad-casters to serve the educational and informational needs of children in a station's overall programming.

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