Congressional Republicans are taking aim once again at the Federal Communications Commission.
Earlier this week, House Republicans approved legislation that would put limits on conditions that the FCC could impose on future mergers and wireless spectrum license transfers. The legislation would also require the FCC to justify the costs and benefits of new rules it imposes as well as imposes a "shot clock" when making decisions. The legislation also requires the FCC to publish proposed rules before voting on them.
Senate Democrats oppose the legislation. And President Obama has threatened to veto it if it reaches his desk. … Read more