House Judiciary Committee Will Look Into FCC Set-Top Plan
September 19, 2016
On the heels of a letter they joined on asking FCC chairman Tom Wheeler to release the text of his set-top plan, the bipartisan leadership of the House Judiciary Committee have signaled they are going to hold hearings on that plan.
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