Limbaugh Advertisers Keep Heading for the Exits
UNDATED (AP) - Another advertiser is dropping Rush Limbaugh, the ninth company to do so since the conservative talk show host's derogatory comments about a Georgetown law student.
Tax Resolution Services Co. and AOL Inc. both said Monday that they will suspend advertising on Limbaugh's show.
Tax Resolution Services CEO Michael Rozbruch says his firm is pulling ads for now. The company has endorsements from Limbaugh and other conservative broadcasters on its website.
Limbaugh called Sandra Fluke a "slut" and "prostitute after she testified to congressional Democrats in support of their national health care policy that would compel her Jesuit college's health plan to cover her birth control.
He apologized over the weekend.
Clear Channel's Premiere Networks, which hosts his show, says it respects Limbaugh's right to express his opinions.
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