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FCC Blames Net-Neutrality Glitch on Budget Woes

July 16, 2014

An agency spokesman said Congress has failed to give the agency enough money to upgrade its information-technology systems. The official said additional funding could help prevent similar backlogs and ensure that the public is able to share its views with the agency.



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