Kansas Attorney General Protects Citizens from Lou Reed

The Pitch | August 30, 2004
The state of Kansas turned away 1,600 CDs from a shipment of 51,000 that came as part of an anti-trust settlement between the federal government and the recording industry. Nathan Dinsdale visits a public library in the heartland to evaluate what benefit came from being spared Lou Reed, Nas, Soul Asylum and Devo.

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Kansas City leaders may have shuttered the brothels and torn down the stockyards that once defined the town--and the mobsters may have blown themselves up in disco bombings back in the '70s--but there are still plenty of stories to tell...
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