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Story: Staffer axed by Republican group over retracted copyright-reform memoTotal Replies: 1
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Dec 07, 2012
10:28 AM EDT

"This paper upset some powerful interests. By Saturday afternoon, the RSC had pulled the memo from its website and officially retracted it. The reason, according to two Republicans within the RSC: angry objections from Rep. Marsha Blackburn, whose district abuts Nashville, Tenn. In winning a fifth term earlier in the month, Blackburn received more money from the music industry than any other Republican congressional candidate, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Blackburn's office did not return calls seeking comment.

Lobbyists for the music and movie industries also called the RSC to express disapproval, according to Republicans involved."

Dec 07, 2012
10:31 AM EDT
This link above also includes the original text of the memo.

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