Lawmakers were disappointed the Senate did not pass legislation providing the authority until May 19.
Without investments in digital adoption, investments in infrastructure won’t close the digital divide, say advocates.
Sohn added the Supreme Court decision in West Virginia could challenge net neutrality rules.
The new chair renamed three subcommittees, hinting at the GOP’s goals for the coming term.
If Sohn is sworn in, it would break the FCC’s party deadlock and allow the Democrats to potentially bring back net neutrality.
The Net Neutrality and Broadband Justice Act may harm the ability of broadband infrastructure to grow.
Announcement comes after a Republican lawmaker urging agencies to reaffirm partnership on spectrum policy and coordination.
The bill would ensure adequate mid-band spectrum is available for commercial use to expand broadband availability.
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