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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - David L. Cohen
President Obama wrapped up a month of brisk fundraising with two more events in Philadelphia on Thursday amid an emerging rift with Jewish donors and accusations that he is exploiting the White House in his hunt for campaign cash.
The Federal Communications Commission yesterday voted to impose a 30 percent limit on the market share of subscribers served by video providers, in what Chairman Kevin J. Martin called an effort to "promote competition and the diversity of voices."
Dungy and Cohen were on hand to announce a special donation from the Dungy Foundation that will provide one free year of Internet service to all Internet Essentials eligible families at Parkside.
"The record simply does not support the divided commission vote to impose the same ownership cap that the D.C. Circuit ruled unconstitutional over six years ago, when there was a lot less competition in the video marketplace," said David L. Cohen, an executive vice president at Comcast.