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Dana Floberg 4m
Replying to @dana_flo
First, Pai is wrong on the numbers. Aggregate broadband investment (which is a crappy way to measure industry health anyways...) did not "flatline" while we had rules:
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Gus Griffen Aug 14
Those lawsuits were in 2016 . Not to mention, a world where consumers aren't ripped off in the first place and subsequently reliant on class action legal cases for retrospective compensation is obviously preferable. Again, have a nice day - this conversation is a dead end
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James W. Anderson 1h
To comply with the and , and must build a station at on 9th and finish it by 3/2019 when UVX is complete, call 888-743-3882 ask for it e
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BigGator5 23h
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Bruce Kushnick Aug 15
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Matthew M. Polka Aug 13
It's funny, because I sure don't hear anyone calling for to be subject to heavy-handed , regulations, while -- imagine that -- is calling for to be regulated, not them!
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Danny Carlson - NAESP Aug 9
members, check your inbox for the August recess edition of NAESP's Advocacy Briefing, which includes updates on: •How is faring in the FY19 funding bills •Higher Education Act and its impact on •Pre-K Development Grants and
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Barbara McKenna Aug 9
Cutting and taking $2.4B from the education budget is NOT the way to create excellent schools for America's children. Maybe if registered her luxury yacht in the US and paid taxes due, we wouldn't be considering such a terrible idea.
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Harvey’sCastingCouch Aug 7
Twitter, FB, and Google need Title II “Net Neutrality” regulation imposed upon them as common carrier platforms.
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