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The Regulatory Mix – Thursday, January 28, 2021

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Today’s Regulatory Mix: FCC’s Rosenworcel Releases Notes on February Open Meeting, FCC Announces Roundtable on Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

 

rosenworcel-bio-page-09122018FCC’s Rosenworcel Releases Notes on February Open Meeting

Acting FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel released notes regarding the February Open Meeting scheduled for 2/17/21. She discussed the significant tasks for the agency in the new appropriations law that include helping Americans afford broadband, expanding access to telehealth technologies, building better maps that reflect where high-speed service is and is not, and improving the safety and security of our nation’s communications. Read More

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The Regulatory Mix – Monday, February 24, 2020

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Today’s Regulatory Mix:  California Announces New Online Comment Portal for the Public, USDA Announces Georgia Broadband Grant, FCC February Open Meeting Agenda

 

220px-Brownofficebuilding_(1)California Announces New Online Comment Portal for the Public 

The PUC issues a press release announcing that the public can now submit comments on CPUC matters electronically, as well as review the comments of others.  Importantly, the PUC noted that the new format is only for public comments on proceedings.  Read More

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Checking In @ The FCC The February Open Meeting

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FCC entrance shutterstock-1What will the FCC be tackling next?

Chairman Pai’s theme for the February 28, 2020 Open Meeting is “Save the Date” but he also dubbed February as “Spectrum Month,” reflecting the spectrum-heavy agenda the FCC will be considering.  His blog mentions three dates in particular:  Read More

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The Regulatory Mix – Monday, February 10, 2020

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Today’s Regulatory Mix:  FCC Begins TRACED Act Proceedings,  FCC February Open Meeting, FCC Procedures For $691M Investment in Puerto Rico & USVI Networks, USDA Rural Broadband Grants 

FCC entrance shutterstock-1FCC Begins TRACED Act Proceedings 

The FCC has initiated the first of the rulemakings required by the TRACED Act.  Specifically, it is seeking comment on rules establishing a registration process for a single consortium to conduct private-led efforts to trace back the origin of suspected unlawful robocalls.  Read More

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