House Passes FCC Reform Bill
March 12, 2014 at 4:24 AM (PT)
The House of Representatives has passed the Federal Communications Commission Process Reform Act (H.R. 3675) on TUESDAY (3/11). The bipartisan bill, introduced by a group led by House Communications Subcommittee Chairman GREG WALDEN and aiming to streamline the agency's processes, was approved on suspension with no recorded vote.
The passage, which was widely expected, sends the bill to the Senate, where passage is considered less likely.