Texas pizza makers court controversy

The chain Pizza Patron has broadcasters up in arms over a pizza’s salacious name and the owner of pizzeria Cane Rosso in Dallas is charging $1,000 for a side of ranch.

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National and local Spanish-language radio stations have refused to air the commercials, citing concerns about bad taste and potential fines by the Federal Communications Commission. Univision Radio, the largest U.S. Hispanic radio network, said it will not run the ads because the name of the pizza is considered a profanity and violates FCC regulations.

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