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At the end of last year, we took a leap of faith and pitched our show, The Laura Flanders Show, to public television stations across the US. You encouraged us to leap, and you ponied up your support. At the end of April, we learned that 49 stations voted outright to carry The LF Show, and 46 others were interested. We’ve made a commitment to these stations. Will you make a commitment to us?

 

 

 


 

 

 

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