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Telecommunications: FCC Should Take Steps to Ensure Equal Access to Rulemaking Information
Mark L. Goldstein (au)
The FCC regulates interstate & international communications by radio, TV, wire, satellite, & cable. FCC promotes competition & reduces regulation to secure lower prices & higher-quality services for Americans. FCC implements its policy aims through rulemaking, whereby the agency notifies the public of a proposed rule & provides an opportunity for the public to participate in the rule’s development. These rulemakings are documented within a public docket that contains the rulemaking record. This report: (1) describes FCC’s rulemaking process; (2) determines, for specific rulemakings, the extent to which FCC followed its process; & (3) identifies factors that contributed to some dockets & rulemakings remaining open. Includes recommendations. Charts & tables.
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