Tweaking Telecom

Friday, March 10, 2006

Transcript

In recent weeks, the intended overhaul of the Telecommunications Act seems to have shriveled into a minor revision, as such issues as network neutrality and video franchising slide on and off the table. Now, committee members are weighing the power of the baby bells (not quite babies anymore) against the power of public pressure. Congress Daily reporter David Hatch talks with Bob about the political wrangling.

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