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Shutdown Puts Spectrum Auctions, Cellphone Approvals and Other FCC Projects in Peril

October 9, 2013

Like many government buildings in Washington, D.C., the normally bustling Federal Communications Commission headquarters has become something of a ghost town since the partial government shutdown began Oct. 1.

 

 

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