/// Should the FCC Force the Redskins to Change the Team Name?
Should the Federal Communications Commission force The Washington Redskins to change their name? Former FCC chairman Reed Hundt says “yes. Putting new pressure on owner Dan Snyder, Hundt layed out his case Friday in an op ed in The Washington Post that is sure to stir up a debate that's been going on for years. The op ed coincided with a letter that Hundt and 11 others, including former FCC commissioner Jonathan Adelstein and public interest advocates, sent to Snyder urging him “to change the archaic and racially stereotyped name of the Washington XXXskins (used instead of spelling out “Redskins”) football team.”
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