Election Uncertainties Put Wireless Agenda On Hold
- U.S. Presidential Campaign 2000. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p74
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- Keystone State may prove unlock election. Marks, Alexandra // Christian Science Monitor;5/19/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 125, p3
Assesses Pennsylvania, a traditionally Democratic state which is leaning more towards the Republican side, as one of the so-called swing states in the 2000 United States presidential election.
- 2000 in Pictures: Campaign 2000. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2001, p194
Presents photographs showing various aspects of political campaigns in 2000. Presidential candidate George W. Bush and his vice-presidential running mate Dick Cheney; Other presidential candidates including Bill Bradley; Al Gore and his vice presidential running mate Joseph Lieberman; Hillary...
- Candidates' benign neglect of economic issues. Weidenbaum, Murray // Christian Science Monitor;3/16/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 79, p9
Comments that economic issues seem to be largely ignored during the 2000 presidential campaign in the United States.
- Heartland to set tone in contest. McLaughlin, Abraham // Christian Science Monitor;7/20/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 167, p1
Discusses reasons that the 2000 United States presidential election results will depend on the decisions of voters in the Midwest.
- D.C. notes. Silva, Jeffrey // RCR;7/1/96, Vol. 15 Issue 26, p4
Focuses on government policy on wireless communications in the United States. Congressional initiatives concerning the telecommunications industry; Challenges affecting government policy on wireless communications; Recommendations for wireless communications policy.
- From the top. Eby, Deborah // America's Network;3/15/94, Vol. 98 Issue 6, p18
Reports on the US Congress's order to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) to find 200 megahertz of government spectrum to auction for private use over the next 15 years. Reallocation of 50 megahertz; Politically potent players in the private sector; Companies...
- Clinton encryption policy could prove to be costly. Silva, Jeffrey // RCR;10/07/96, Vol. 15 Issue 40, p14
Reports that United States President Bill Clinton's administration encryption policy could force wireless firms to use scrambling products that are more expensive and less secure. What affect encryption has on the wireless telecommunications industry; Projected type of wireless and wireline...
- CTIA seeks FCC opinion on local, state authority over sites, fees. R. E. // Electronic Design;04/01/97, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p26
Focuses on the alleged abusive activities by the United States government when wielding their regulatory authority over matters of wireless systems sites and fees. Includes unreasonable taxation; Radio-frequency (RF) environmental impact; RF emissions.