House Communications Subcommittee Schedules FCC Oversight Hearing
September 2, 2014
The House Communications Subcommittee has scheduled a Sept. 17 FCC oversight hearing on "management and spending."
The hearing follows a June 4 request from top subcommittee Republicans for data on the agency's workload and "backlog of issues."
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