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CWA merger study prompts widespread media coverage

CWA's study, “The AT&T/T-Mobile Merger And Jobs: The Real Story,” prompts heavy coverage. Read More »

Senate Efforts To Block FCC’s Open Internet Rules Fail

The Republican effort to stop FCC net neutrality rules from taking effect November 20 has failed in the Senate. Read More »

Obama threatens veto to save net neutrality

President Obama threatens veto of attempt to overturn FCC open Internet rules. Read More »

AT&T, T-Mobile USA Merger Means California Jobs

The executive director of the San Francisco Labor Council writes that the AT&T/T-Mobile merger would mean job help for California. Read More »

AT&T/T-Mobile Merger Opponents Mislead With Job Loss Scare

The proposed AT&T/T-Mobile merger will bring jobs and stability -- despite claims to the contrary. Read More »

Keep Net Neutrality, Kerry Urges Fellow Senators

Senator John Kerry released a letter urging senators to stop a Republican bill stripping the FCC of net neutrality powers. Read More »

Speed Matters Urges Expansion of FCC Help To Low-Income Population

Minority groups want continuation of Link-up America and Lifeline telephone subsidies, and urge expansion to include broadband. Read More »

FCC Makes It Official: USF Now Covers Broadband

By 4-0, the Commissioners of the Federal Communications Commission voted to "create a new Connect America Fund with an annual budget of no more than $4.5 billion, which will extend broadband infrastructure to the millions of Americans who currently have no access to broadband." Read More »

Universal Service Fund Reform Threatens Big Changes

With the FCC's Universal Service Fund expanding to include broadband, subsidized companies are worried. Read More »

Mobile Carriers Voluntarily Promise To Insulate Consumers From Bill Shock

Under pressure from consumer groups and the FCC, telcos agree to alert mobile users who are reaching usage limits. Read More »

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