Clinton names Keeney to FCC

Jessell, Harry A.; Fleming, Heather
August 1996
Broadcasting & Cable;8/05/96, Vol. 126 Issue 33, p13
Reports on President Bill Clinton's appointment of United States Federal Communications Commission Common Carrier Bureau Chief Regina Keeney. Possibility of a Senate confirmation for Keeney with the appointment; Criticism from Representative Ted Stevens; Keeney's previous appointments and accomplishments at the FCC.


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