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The Regulatory Mix – Tuesday, August 10, 2021

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Today’s Regulatory Mix: Senate Passes Infrastructure Package, Attorneys General Support Implementing STIR/SHAKEN, URTA Supports Utah USF Changes

US Senate Passes Infrastructure Package 

The U.S. Senate passed the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill today. The package, called the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, now heads to the House of Representatives for consideration. It calls for $550 billion in new federal spending over five years, including $65 billion to expand broadband Internet access. 

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The Regulatory Mix – Monday, July 19, 2021

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Today’s Regulatory Mix: FCC Announces Tentative Agenda for August Open Meeting, Virginia Plans to Expedite Broadband Program 

FCC Announces Tentative Agenda for August Open Meeting

The FCC announced the items on the agenda for the August Open Commission Meeting scheduled for Thursday, August 5, 2021:

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The Regulatory Mix – Thursday, July 1, 2021

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Today’s Regulatory Mix: Florida Amends Telephone Solicitation Laws, FCC Releases Second Report on Consumer Call Blocking Tools     Florida Amends Telephone Solicitation Laws  Governor Ron DeSantis (R.) signed SB 1120 into law, amending Florida law concerning telemarketing. The new law, effective July 1:  Requires all sales telephone calls, text messages, and direct-to-voicemail transmissions to have the

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The Regulatory Mix – Thursday, June 10, 2021

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Today’s Regulatory Mix: Nebraska PSC Opens Broadband Docket, Vermont Enacts New Broadband Law, FCC Seeks Comment on Proposal to Shorten Timeframe for Certain Small Providers to Implement STIR/SHAKEN

 

Nebraska PSC Opens Broadband Docket 

The Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC) announced that it had opened a docket to initiate the implementation of the Nebraska Broadband Bridge Act. Signed into law on May 26, the act provides grants to fund the deployment of broadband networks in unserved and underserved. 

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The Regulatory Mix – Wednesday, September 30, 2020

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Today’s Regulatory Mix:  US Congress PHONE Act, FCC Adopts New Robocall Rules to Promote STIR/SHAKEN Implementation, FCC To Examine 911 Fee Diversion

 

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The House of Representatives passed, by voice vote, H.R. 1289, the “Preserving Home and Office Numbers in Emergencies Act of 2020” or “PHONE Act of 2020”:   The Act prohibits providers of voice service from reassigning phone numbers of residential subscribers in areas subject to a major disaster declaration, for up to two years after the declaration.  Read More

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Checking In @ The FCC – The September 2020 Open Meeting

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Chairman Pai’s theme for the September 30th Open Meeting is “A Big Fall Kickoff,” celebrating the return of professional (and fantasy) football.  In keeping with his theme, he noted that ”[i]n this spirit, the FCC’s September agenda looks like a well-balanced fantasy team.  Just as you would assemble a fantasy roster with a quarterback, running backs, receivers, a tight end, a kicker, and a defense, we’re rolling out a diverse lineup featuring at least one item from each of the Commission’s seven bureaus.”  Read More

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The Regulatory Mix – Tuesday, March 31, 2020

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Today’s Regulatory Mix:  FCC Mandates STIR/SHAKEN, FCC Proposes Elimination of Certain Line Item  Charges, FTC Says Data Shows Increase in Coronavirus-Related Complaints 

 

FCC entrance shutterstock-1FCC Mandates STIR/SHAKEN 

At its Open Meeting this morning, the FCC voted to require all originating and terminating voice service providers to implement STIR/SHAKEN in the Internet Protocol (IP) portions of their networks by June 30, 2021, a deadline that is consistent with Congress’s direction in the recently-enacted TRACED Act. Read More

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Checking in @ The FCC – The March 2020 Open Meeting

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Chairman Pai’s theme for the March 31, 2020 Open Meeting is “Robocall Relief Springs Forward.” He explains saying: “This past weekend, Americans across the country lost time that they’re never getting back, had their sleep disrupted, and complained about this injustice.  No, I’m not talking about springing our clocks forward for Daylight Savings Time. I’m talking about one of the few constants of American life that are even worse: unwanted robocalls. Read More

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The Regulatory Mix – Wednesday, March 11, 2020

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Today’s Regulatory Mix:  FCC Announces Tentative March 2020 Meeting Agenda, Kansas Adopts KUSF Administrative Penalties for Changing Report Elections, Michigan Enacts Bill Amending Lifeline Law

 

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FCC Chairman Ajit Pai released the tentative agenda for the FCC’s March 31, 2020, Open Meeting.  The following items will be considered: Read More

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The Regulatory Mix – Monday, March 9, 2020

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Today’s Regulatory Mix:  Joint Agency Report on Broadband Deployment, FCC to Consider STIR/SHAKEN Implementation Rules

 

barn rural broadbandJoint Agency Report on Broadband Deployment 

The US. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has submitted the JOINT REPORT in response to SECTION 6212 of the 2018 FARM BILL to Congress.  This report summarizes how USDA, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) are working together to deploy broadband to rural areas. Read More

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