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Monthly Archives: June 2016

“We want to get it done and we want to get it right. It’s by far the number one problem facing the Commonwealth and we are not giving up on it.”

Comment of Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman on yesterday’s rejection by the Senate of a House bill on pension reform.

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Quotable from PTA’s June 10th Friday Report

“AT&T’s use of anonymous and aggregate set-top box information is entirely consistent with the statute. Our disclosures tell our customers exactly how we use that data and provide tools for customers to opt out. Frankly, this complaint is bogus, and seems mainly designed to distract the public from the overwhelming bipartisan opposition to the FCC’s […]

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Excerpt from this week’s blog posting of FCC Commissioner Mike O’Rielly who continues his efforts to change the Commission’s (Chairman Wheeler’s) processes.

“Circulation items are often lower profile, less controversial, or more technical proposals that don’t draw as much public attention as meeting items. They also tend to be less time sensitive. For these reasons, circulation items may linger on circulation for many months without receiving votes. There are two ways to hasten the resolution of circulation […]

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