By Kelcee Griffis (December 5, 2017, 5:07 PM EST) -- November infused new energy into already-active FCC dockets, bringing another wave of net neutrality filings as the commission scheduled a vote to reverse the Obama-era protections and released a draft of the proposed item. But the most prolific lobbyists also weighed in on such high-profile issues as Lifeline subsidy changes and copper network retirement.
In the last month, the Federal Communications Commission received 382 ex parte filings, which are lobbying-focused communications from companies and organizations that largely detail conversations and meetings with agency staffers.
Some of the recent comments reflect a focus on preempting state authority in the event of a...
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