Law360 (July 10, 2018, 6:21 PM EDT) -- During June, telecom lobbyists pressed harder on hot-button issues at the Federal Communications Commission including phone accessibility and model small-cell agreements.
In the last four weeks, the Federal Communications Commission received 208 ex parte filings, which are lobbying-focused communications from companies and organizations that detail conversations and meetings with agency staffers.
In some of the filings, the most prolific lobbyists urged the commission to improve access to captioned telephone service in emergency situations and to make better use of fees assessed on telecom providers. Others asked the FCC to keep removing barriers to infrastructure deployment but to not get too attached...
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