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Dems Say Sprint, T-Mobile Deal Conditions Need Public Input

Law360 (May 24, 2019, 6:19 PM EDT) -- Six Senate Democrats have called on the Federal Communications Commission and Justice Department to put the brakes on the commission's review of the megamerger between Sprint Corp. and T-Mobile in order to ask for public input on concessions the mobile giants have offered to win federal approval.

Just days after FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced that he would back the merger — a decision that still must be ratified by the full commission — the lawmakers, who already oppose the deal, voiced concern that conditions the two companies have agreed to will not be adequately subjected to public scrutiny.

Democratic Sens. Tom Udall of...

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