With all the merger activity in the local and long distance telephone industries, the FCC has had no shortage of things to do of late. But hints of unrest within the FCC and the looming threat that Congress will strip it of its regulatory power are on the horizon.
Congress takes aim at the FCC
Some influential Congress members are planning a run at the FCC next year and they may try to strip the agency of most of its regulatory powers, a congressman says.
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