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FCC Process Reform to Senate

March 12, 2014

House Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chair Oregon Republican Rep. Greg Walden wrote the bill to streamline the FCC’s processes and bring more transparency to its actions, saying, “We must not weigh industry down with needless red tape and delay.”


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