The FCC wants to police your Internet provider. But so does the FTC.
September 23, 2014
The story of Washington is often told from the halls of Congress — how Republicans keep throwing bombs at the president, why Obama can't get anything done except by executive order, which party has raised the most money, and so on. Few people, except perhaps political scientists, are interested in the power politics playing out within the executive branch. But the jockeying among federal agencies for authority has very real effects for people like you and me.
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