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Rosenworcel Says FCC Proves D.C. Is Working Against The People

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FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel provided a report on the FCC. Her report was written testimony for an FCC oversight hearing in the House Communications Subcommittee. She said, "Too often our procedures fall short of what good governance requires." Rosenworcel is the only Democrat left on the commission, reports B&C. She went on to say that "too often" the agency is "shortchanging the American people."

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