Can your beer do that?

Silva, Jeffrey
December 1998
RCR;12/07/98, Vol. 17 Issue 49, p12
Trade Publication
Opinion. Focuses on the withdrawal of the cellular industry's petition before the United States Federal Communications Commission seeking to pre-empt local zoning moratoria. Proposed presidential executive order on federalism; Delay of efforts to permit unilateral federal control over siting wireless facilities.


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