Dingell's FCC Inquiry in High Gear

March 2008
Multichannel News;3/17/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p28
The article reports that House Energy and Commerce Committee chairman John Dingell, together with his members, is now set to investigate all records submitted by U.S. Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin Martin. The investigation is designed to inquire some management practices that have been done under Martin's administration, and could adversely affect the FCC's ability to discharge its duties. Electronic communication, memoranda, electronic and handwritten notes will be examined.


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