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The charges were filed on behalf of three female workers, CWA and the hundreds of thousands of female workers CWA represents, and a class of millions of women allegedly denied information on job opportunities due to their gender.
State attorneys general must investigate the impact of anti-competitive, job-destroying merger.
CWA reiterated that broadband is not being deployed in a reasonable and timely fashion and that mobile services are still no substitute for fixed broadband.
The pause comes as the merger faces significant opposition from broad spectrum of stakeholders.
These survey results reiterate the most recent broadband deployment data from the FCC -- 19 million rural Americans lack broadband access.