Law360 (April 23, 2021, 4:44 PM EDT) -- Policy requests blossomed at the Federal Communications Commission during the month of March as lobbyists sprang demands for beefed-up broadband mapping and adjustments to certain spectrum-sharing proposals.
According to four weeks of records, lobbyists submitted 239 ex parte filings, which are disclosures that parties advocating at the commission must file to detail conversations and meetings with commissioners and staff.
Here's a look at the top groups that lobbied the FCC from March 1 to 31 and a sampling of what they discussed.
Broadband trade group USTelecom was the busiest FCC lobbyist last month, posting 10 ex parte filings that zeroed in...
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