Bridge Span 18-7: A CRA and the Ghouls of the Senate

For two decades the internet hummed along, creating new opportunities for people, business, and ideas. For all that time, under both Democrat and Republican control, the FCC, following the clear lead of Congress as laid out in the 1996 Communications Act, pursued a light regulatory touch while staying out of the way of progress, innovation […]

Bridge Span 18-1: One Vote That is One Big Step for Innovation

Tomorrow, the power of one vote could become very apparent. One vote could keep $1.56 billion in the pockets of taxpayers. One vote could unleash $275 billion in much needed infrastructure investment, creating 17,000 jobs. One vote? A new tax bill? An infrastructure plan? This is a vote by the FCC to modernize the federal […]

Bridge Pier 17-2: Reply Comments to the FCC Re: Restoring Internet Freedom

Marlene H. Dortch Secretary Federal Communications Commission 445 12th Street S.W. Washington, D.C. 20554

Re: Reply Comments, In the Matter of Restoring Internet Freedom, WC Docket No. 17-108

Dear Ms. Dortch:

While there are a number of serious issues to be considered in this docket, yet it seems that the biggest news, other than that […]