FCC transparency bills released in House
April 21, 2015
The House Energy and Commerce Committee on Tuesday released three draft bills aimed at making the Federal Communications Commission more transparent.
The proposals come a few months following the FCC’s approval of new net neutrality rules, which increased GOP scrutiny of the agency because of the substance and process in which the rules were debated.
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