Michael Fenlason 
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Re: “Is It Curtains for Certain for Access Tucson?

The issue here, in my view, is free speech. Access Tucson has an impressive plan for transforming for this century without losing the very real mission of allowing Tucsonans access to media. In an era where companies and citizens are fighting for net neutrality, who will offer them the platform for their voice? Where is the soap box? If government has one job, isn't it to protect the often fragile rights of its citizens? . With Citizens United for example, we have institutionalized the idea that money=free speech. Councilmen Kozachik got it wrong. The City wasn't in the TV business. They were--and should remain--in the free speech business. The job training business. The public information business. The City WAS in the business of protecting and nurturing the rights of its citizens. Access Tucson was not supported by tax payer dollars. Those fees will be re-directed? You don't know how much the City's taking in? Isn't that kind of a problem? Isn't that an example of how we are not informed?

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Posted by Michael Fenlason on 05/18/2015 at 2:08 PM

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