Health care reform, the Dodd-Frank Act, environmental protection, and open government are discussed in our top news posts from 2011.
AT&T calls report “obviously one-sided” and questions whether its authors were “predisposed.”
A former Solicitor General, who will argue for the act’s unconstitutionality, spoke at Penn Law.
New “open Internet” regulations survive congressional challenge.
Repeal follows Commission’s announced plan to remove rules that are out of date.
Antitrust Division argues the merger would decrease competition, increase prices.
The FCC considers whether the cable provider is favoring its own news channels.
Congress should require independent regulatory commissions to perform cost-benefit analyses
Sen. Kohl argues that consumers would lose a low-priced option while Sen. Lee claims the merger would generate efficiencies.
Executive order contains strongly worded regulatory reform guidelines.
Democrats and Republicans disagree about FCC’s role in Internet access.
Regulatory news in review