The Federal Communications Commission this week is working on its defense against a number of formidable foes. Congress has it out for the FCC, saying it has not evolved as quickly as the companies it regulates. But chairman William Kennard has a plan to keep the critics at bay while preserving the commission's regulatory powers.
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