USTelecom wants FCC to issue forbearance on Section 251, which allows small ISP to compete with larger companies
Pai says it wasn't his fault, though
The commission is referring disputed divestitures to an administrative law judge
One-touch make-ready is so simple the FCC couldn't mess it up... right?
Give them $225 and they may or may not do something about your problem
New FCC ruling prevents 'unscrupulous' phone companies from placing unauthorized charges on your phone bill
The FCC has officially banned 'slamming' and 'cramming'
FCC reportedly made false claims following John Oliver's net neutrality pieces in 2014 and 2017
False use of the FCC logo prompts investigations but piracy remains a focus
Can the Congressional Review Act stop it in its tracks?
She was one of the FCC's strongest net neutrality advocates
Rural customers lead to believe they actually had a connection
Voting on the proposal takes place on April 17
The award is given for someone who stands up under pressure with grace and dignity
FCC inspector general has been investigating Pai for months over relationship with Sinclair
The original suit was dismissed on a technicality for being filed on the wrong date
Montana Governor encourages other states to follow, will share details of the order with all other states interested
Legislation would still have to pass the House and President Trump
FCC Chair Ajit Pai's latest proposal could provide $500 million in additional funding for rural broadband
Rural Americans' broadband woes may soon be over
FCC has declined to comment on the reason for his cancellation
Other states will likely follow in the coming days
The fight isn't over yet
AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon are the biggest donors