Court Asked To Stay FCC's Ownership Action
May 30, 2017
Several advocacy groups led by Free Press have petitioned the federal appeals court in Washington for an emergency stay of the FCC April decision to relax the national ownership cap. The FCC action "undermines the public interest goals of diversity, competition and localism," the group say. The FCC has until Thursday to reply to the motion.
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