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Internet Speeds Increased in 2010, But Still A Long Way To Go

The U.S. is experiencing rapid Internet growth, but many Americans don't have top-quality connections, and many others have none at all. Read More »

Letter to FCC Reveals AT&Ts Commitment To Jobs

In a letter to the FCC, AT&T reiterated its commitment to retain and increase employment following the merger with T-Mobile. Read More »

FCC Backs New Nonprofit “Connect to Compete” To Plug Digital Divide

FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced the formation of a new nonprofit/for-profit coalition to close the digital divide. Read More »

New CWA Report Challenges Critics of AT&T/T-Mobile Merger

New CWA report concludes AT&T/T-Mobile merger will build out broadband and improve service quality more than either company can do alone. Read More »

FCC Chairman Proposes Major Changes To Phone Subsidy Plan

As the FCC chairman unveiled major changes to the Universal Service Fund, CWA went on record urging reform that contains consumer and labor protections. Read More »

Detroit, like other communities, needs fast, reliable broadband service

In an op-ed in the Detroit Free Press, Jamal Simmons urges passage of the AT&T/T-Mobile merger. Read More »

FCC Chairman: The U.S. broadband economy is strong and growing

The Internet is the bright spot in the U.S. economy, said Federal Communications Commission chairman Julius Genachowski. Read More »

CWA Endorses Arrival of Net Neutrality Rules

Despite vehement opposition from congressional Republicans and some telcos, the FCC Net Neutrality rules go into effect on November 20. Read More »

Democrats Continue To Pressure Administration On AT&T/T-Mobile Merger

U.S. Representative Heath Shuler and 14 House colleagues urged the Obama administration to approve the AT&T/T-Mobile merger. Read More »

Blocking AT&T/T-Mobile Merger Could Hurt Democrats, Says CWA President Cohen

CWA President Larry Cohen warned the Obama administration and the Democratic Party that the Justice Department's suit blocking the AT&T/T-Mobile merger could have negative consequences for workers and politically. AT&T is promising job growth when the merger goes through something a stand-alone T-Mobile can't accomplish. Read More »

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