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The Federal Communications Commission’s change in policy to ban even an isolated use of an expletive on broadcast television was “entirely rational” under the law that governs federal administrative powers. U.S. Supreme Court. FCC v. Fox Television Stations, Inc., No. 07-582. May 2, 2009.