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Changing Rules Opposed by FCC Republicans No Slam Dunk in Some Cases

Communications Daily
January 3, 2017

"Undoing some of the more controversial orders approved on 3-2 votes under FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler could take a year or more and requires lots of work, said industry and government officials. Some of the more controversial aspects of Wheeler’s legacy are likely to be around for a while, even if Republicans appear bent on change, they said. One wild card is changes pushed through by the Republican-controlled Congress without the need for FCC action."

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