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Thanks to presidential debate, Big Bird is today's word on the street
OK, now, let me see. There are nearly 315 million people living in the United States, and the Center for Public Broadcasting gets $445 million a year from the federal budget. That means each person pays a little more than a buck a year, or, to be a bit more precise, $1.41, to watch Antiques Roadshow, The Mormons, and any number of programs you can't find anywhere else.
By Diane Brown, email@example.com
October 12, 2012