Senate Passes FCC Report Consolidation Bill
June 12, 2015
The Senate has unanimously passed S. 253, the Federal Communications Commission Consolidated Reporting Act of 2015. That is the bipartisan bill that consolidates eight separate FCC reports to Congress, including the FCC's Sec. 706 report, into a single report on the state of the communications marketplace. It also gets rid of some outdated reports, including one on competition to the telegraph.
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