FCC Reform Bill Passes House
May 24, 2016
The House has passed an FCC reform bill that would require the FCC to publish changes to its rules within 24 hours of their adoption, with a caveat for dissenters.
HR 2589 would amend the Communications Act to require the FCC to publish on its Web site the text of any items adopted no later than 24 hours after dissenting statements, if any, have been submitted by any of the commissioners.
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