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Some regulators still wary of Verizon-cable deal

The FCC may be favoring the Verizon/cable deal, but a report says the Justice Department is still suspicious that the deal locks out competition. Read More »

Feds help Frontier Communications expand rural broadband

With $71 million from the Connect America Fund, Frontier Communications is expanding and improving broadband in rural America. Read More »

CWA report: Verizon deal a jobs killer

A new report from CWA shows that Verizon's FiOS build-out would add some 72,000 jobs, but that the cable deal promises to kill those jobs. Read More »

Consumer Federation denounces Verizon-cable merger

The huge Consumer Federation of America joins the growing ranks opposed to the Verizon/cable deal. Read More »

Congressional letter cautions FCC, DOJ on Verizon-cable deal

32 U.S. members urged the FCC and the Justice Department of widespread concern over the anti-competitive Verizon/cable deal. Read More »

Verizon vs. the open Internet

Verizon is continuing its campaign to undo the FCC's open Internet rules. Read More »

Verizon T-Mobile spectrum sale leaves problems with Big Cable Deal

To sway regulator approval of its Big Cable deal, Verizon agrees to sell spectrum to struggling T-Mobile. Read More »

Electoral funding transparency wins one

House Republicans dropped an attempt to block a new FCC rule requiring TV stations to post political ad data online. Read More »

CWA brings Verizon cable deal to FCC doorstep

Hundreds of Verizon workers showed up FCC HQ to protest the job-threatening deal with big cable. Read More »

Verizon-Cable Monopoly Would Kill Jobs

On Huffington Post, CWA President Larry Cohen explains who really pays for proposed Verizon/cable deal: consumers and workers. Read More »

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