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The first and second sides of the cassette tape both contain a recording of a meeting (not NOW-related) possibly regarding the Communications Act Rewrite. The first part of the meeting included a lecture that summarized each section of the bill, while the remaining part of the meeting was dedicated to a Q&A discussion session about various aspects and misconceptions about the bill. Sue Punjack Carberry participated in this discussion.
Original Audio cassette
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