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FCC Looks to Clean House

July 1, 2014

The last time the FCC declared nearly 1,000 proceedings dormant was in 2011. Now, the Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau is asking for public input on whether the agency can declare some 950 others suitable for termination.

 



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