Heated spectrum debate continues in subcommittee tomorrow

Silva, Jeffrey
June 1997
RCR;06/09/97, Vol. 16 Issue 23, p6
Trade Publication
Describes the tension during a House telecommunications subcommittee meeting, emphasizing the dissatisfaction of lawmakers with a congressional budget proposal to accrue $26.3 billion from spectrum auctions. Details on a bill seeking the expand the Federal Communications Commission's auction authority; Suggestion by Representative Billy Tauzin, chairman of the telecommunications subcommittee.


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