August 7, 2017
The petition, filed by the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association, the Open Technology Institute at New America (formerly New America Foundation) and Mimosa Networks Inc., contended that new rules can protect incumbent fixed satellite service (FSS) operations while allowing other fixed broadband providers to provide "near-gigabit broadband in rural and underserved areas, fill urban connectivity gaps, and promote competition among ISPs in suburban and other areas as well."
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The United States Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal in a case regarding a Ten Commandments display on public property...Posted on October 16, 2017
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