GOP, Dems push dueling FCC reform bills
April 30, 2015
Republicans and Democrats are pushing competing bills to reform the Federal Communications Commission ahead of a House Energy and Commerce hearing Thursday.
GOP leaders on the committee have taken a more active role in FCC oversight after the agency earlier this year approved controversial net neutrality rules, which are almost universally opposed by Republicans.
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