New Congress, New Challenges

Rockwell, Mark
December 2006
Wireless Week;12/15/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 25, p17
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the impact of the Democrat's regaining control of the U.S. Congress on the future of the wireless communication industry. Jot Carpenter, vice president of government affairs at Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association, believes that they need to be more targeted on their demands. It is said that the Congress is likely to offer more opportunities for the industry.


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