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FCC Drops Eight-Year-Old Proposal to Expand LMS

June 12, 2014

That’s according to a report by legal firm Fletcher Heald & Hildreth. The communications law firm states on its blog that the FCC has abandoned LMS rule changes proposed in 2006.

 



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