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Frontier has missed several deadlines imposed by the West Virginia Public Service Commission, including completion of ordered audits.
“[T]he merger will reduce consumer choice, competition, jobs, workers’ wages, and raise prices for consumers. This is not in the public interest.”
At House Antitrust Subcommittee, CWA President Chris Shelton highlights job loss and anti-worker track record.
AT&T rewarded CEO Randall Stephenson with $29 million last year and paid out hefty bonuses to other executives.
The pause provides interested parties with an opportunity to file comments by March 28. The US House antitrust subcommittee will hold a March 12 hearing on the merger.