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The complaint argues that without the necessary financial metrics from both companies, Sprint shareholders are unable to make an informed decision about the T-Mobile-Sprint deal.
Verizon has been unable to overcome limitations of the technology and public interest advocates are raising questions about where the company is building.
Recent CWA analysis found that 28,000 jobs nationwide, including 4,122 jobs in the Kansas City metro area, are at risk if the FCC and DOJ approve the merger as structured.
The CPUC review represents a setback for T-Mobile and Sprint, which are pushing for quick regulatory approval for the merger.
CWA President Shelton vowed to continue to work to address these concerns and ensure that the final agreement puts working people first.