FYI - H.R. FCC Consolidated Reporting Act of 2012
|Mar 23rd 2012, 20:54|
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As ordered reported by the House Committee on Energy and Commerce on March 6, 2012
H.R. 3310 would require the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to prepare a biennial report for the Congress that assesses certain characteristics of the communications industry. The report would analyze the state of competition in the markets for voice, video, and data services, as well as the availability of high-speed and high-quality telecommunications services. Further, the bill would require the FCC to determine whether laws and regulations pose a barrier to entry into communications markets, and include that information in the biennial report. H.R. 3310 also would relieve the FCC of requirements to prepare certain other reports on topics ranging from access to satellite services to prices for cable services. In all, the bill would eliminate more than 20 reports and notices, some that remain in current law even though deadlines for their completion have passed.
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