August 2002
Wireless Week;8/5/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 30, p8
Trade Publication
Presents updates on telecommunication in the U.S. as of August 5, 2002. Formation of a coalition to persuade the California Public Utilities Commission to reject a proposal that would impose anti-consumer regulations on wireless industry in California; Highlight of a spectrum policy workshop at U.S. Federal Communications Commission headquarters in Washington; Proposal of U.S. Senator John McCain to seek minimized regulations for broadband services.


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