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Proposed T-Mobile-Sprint merger would result in substantial public interest harm to California workers and consumers. Consumers would face higher prices, especially low- and moderate-income Californians.
Citing 1,705 New York jobs at risk and higher consumer prices, CWA District 1 calls on the NY Public Service Commission to deny the T-mobile and Sprint merger as currently structured.
The reclassification of text messaging will result in censorship of critical speech and reduction of federal broadband funds.
New letter to ranking member of the Ways and Means Committee raises concerns about AT&T’s broken jobs promises following the 2018 tax bill.
Based on a preliminary review of speed test data submitted by wireless carriers, the FCC has launched an investigation into its Mobility Fund Phase II rules.