Skip to comments.GOP Senators Seek Cost-Benefit Analysis of Net Neutrality Rules
Posted on 08/01/2011 5:28:10 PM PDT by Halfmanhalfamazing
Ten Republican Senators have signed on to a letter asking FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski to conduct a cost-benefit analysis of the FCC's network neutrality rules.
The 10, which includes Kay Bailey Hutchison (Tex.), the ranking member on the Senate Commerce Committee that oversees the FCC, were putting their collective muscle behind a second request by Sen. Dean Heller, who says the FCC did not respond to a July 12 letter following President Barack Obama's executive order asking independent agencies to "join executive agencies in reducing regulations that place unnecessary burdens on American businesses and the American people," as the senators put it in their follow-up letter Wednesday (July 27).
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“conduct a cost-benefit analysis”
It will cost you freedom and benefit the marxists.
I think they are trying to raise a procedural impediment to implementation.
What for, its too late now.
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I’ll take whatever I can get at this point.
Freedom has been so nice, while it’s lasted. But these marxists(in this instance, at the FCC) are so close to realizing their dreams.
Freedom has been so nice, while its lasted. But these marxists(in this instance, at the FCC) are so close to realizing their dreams.
We will go the way of the Soviet Union. Bankruptcy and dissolution.
The fat lady hasn’t sung yet. She’s obviously clearing her throat, and the stage is lit. The orchestra is playing the main set in expectance of her arrival on stage. But she hasn’t sung yet.
Wow. The impressive Conservative stalwart Kay is in charge of this. I don't have a worry in the world that somehow this will turn out swell.
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