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Please put your smartphone down when driving. It increases risk of death or serious injury for you, your family and all other families on the road. Thanks to for data & survey.
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 17
Interesting development
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 16
Today's 50th anniversary of the first 9-1-1 call begs question: why can't there be universal wireless number for critical but non-emergency calls. More than 15 different ones exist nationwide. See portion of my speech Oct 2017 speech:
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 16
Congrats again to MSCONJ and Sheriff Golden! It was an honor to have been part of the festivities.
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 16
Rhode Island's budget is over $9.3 BILLION but still found it necessary to steal approx $10 million from 9-1-1 call centers and consumers...leading to longer wait times, overworked staff, and greater risk to public.
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 16
My deep appreciation to all those who answer 9-1-1 calls in times of need! An absolutle shame 5 states steal from public safety officials & 7 states/territories didn't bother responding to inquiry on their diversion practices. Much work to do.
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 16
Rhode Island is #2 diverter of 9-1-1 fees in 's latest report. exposes impact on public safety. NBC 10 I-Team Exclusive: 911 employees say staffing levels dangerously low
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 16
US states accused of skimming cash from 911 emergency call dosh via
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 14
And ended my day celebrating 9-1-1 50th anniversary by awarding NG911 Institute Outstanding 9-1-1 Call Center to Monmouth County, NJ Sheriff Shaun Golden!
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 14
What a nice way to start my day! Thanks to for inviting me.
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 13
Text & pics of my speech before Policy Forum on 3.5 GHz → Getting closer to making CBRS a reality. To do: finalize rules, finish SASs & ESCs, & hold auction!
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 13
See my statement on initiating a review of 's "Kid Vid" rules →
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 13
Preventing wireless phones from being stolen? Seems like a great case for an rule waiver – if needed.
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 13
Nokia CTO confirms 3.5GHz 5G launches on the way |
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 9
My statement on the passing of staff director Ray Baum, a wonderful individual. May God welcome him with open arms.
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Jeff Baumgartner Feb 9
. deems ViaSat-2, its new high-capacity broadband satellite, 'ready for service.' Will use to deliver speeds up to 100 Mbps along w/unlimited data plans --
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 9
See the new joint op-ed in by and me re: insidious practice by some states & territories to divert critical 9-1-1 fees. This must stop!
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 8
. story re: proposal to free portion of C-band (3.7-4.2 GHz) for new wireless services (i.e., 5G). Worth reading (sub required).
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 7
. releases 9th annual report of states diverting 9-1-1 fees to other purposes. Harmfully, a subset of states & territories are underfunding 9-1-1 systems, preventing NG9-1-1 upgrades, or deceiving its citizens. See:
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Mike O’Rielly Feb 7
See my statement on the great work by , & others to introduce AIRWAVES Act in House. There's a lot to like in bill, setting stage for spectrum action, including 3.5 GHz, 3.7-4.2 GHz, & high-bands! →
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