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When the voted to repeal avg d/l speed was approx. 77 Mbps and the U.S. was ranked No. 12 globally. Since the repeal took effect, average download speeds have increased 28% from 93 Mbps to 120 Mbps. Source:
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First Congregational Church of Southington 6h
Pastor Ron's sermon from Trinity Sunday is up on our website, visit for full transcript and audio
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Susan Mazrui 21m
Claude Stout receives the Lifetime Achievement Award for Advocacy at . So, well deserved! ! Over 1,200 filings at the ! Making communication more accessible to everyone. So humble, too!
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Jeanine Susan Deal 55m
Cities Outline Their Challenges to the FCC's 5G Rule in Court Filings via
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The American Consumer Institute 5m
should revise the regulations. And, kudos to commissioner for championing this. Here is ACI's piece on the issue:
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Evan Swarztrauber 7h
Celebrating the 85th anniversary of the
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DrewClark 18h
FCC Enforcement Bureau to robocall industry: No one wants your (legally-placed) robocalls anymore.
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Capt. Ed Jun 15
The promo ZZO ran on Saturday for your show ridiculing Muslim religious practices in the bathroom and inferring that that are terrorists is enough to have your license lifted. You may want to cease and desist.
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Luiz F.C.R.M.Botelho Jun 17
How the lost a year in “the race to 5G” via
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Evan Swarztrauber 6h
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Jeff Davis 24h
"Spooky action at a distance..."
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Melissa Ramirez Jun 16
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Wieland Builders 23h
KICKIN’ IT AT HOMEARAMA! It’s FC Cincinnati Night at Homearama and look who stopped by Amner Hall! They will be at Homearama until 8:00 tonight!
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Darren Culbreath 2h
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Nate Blough Jun 17
It’s 2019, how are car horns and sirens still allowed on the radio? It freaks me out every time.
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Luiz F.C.R.M.Botelho Jun 17
(cont.) ...but a fait accompli that the agency “is freeing up as much wireless spectrum as needed” [emphasis added]. But it is not. The has continued the work of the in making available for 5G so-called high-band spectrum (above 6 GHz)."
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Skip Dillard 10h
Really ???? Pai Rejects Call To Reinstate Workforce Diversity Reporting On Radio & TV Stations. via
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NEDworks 25m
RT : Closing the digital divide is this commission’s top priority.
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PossibleNOW 3h
The still needs to define an ‘auto-dialer’ and clarify how consumers can opt out of phone calls from legitimate businesses
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Jeff Fellman 23h
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