Congress Should Not Restrict Content of Works Supported by Endowments, 2 Key Groups Say

Arts, humanities backers hope Senate-committee vote, commission report will speed reauthorization

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Washington, D.C. -- Conservatives and liberals on a Senate committee and a special commission agreed last week that Congress should not restrict the content of federally supported work in the arts and the humanities.

The commission, whose 12 members...

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