Message Better Sent by Locals

Haugsted, Linda
April 2006
Multichannel News;4/17/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 16, p14
Focuses on the role of city and county officials in carrying out pro-telecommunication bills currently pending in U.S. state legislatures and Congress, as of April 17, 2006. Unwillingness of telephone companies to participate in local emergency alert networks; Importance of the working partnership between the local government and telephone companies, according to U.S. Senator Jeffrey Angelo; Need for city governments to enforce such policies as the Americans With Disabilities Act.


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