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    The upcoming wireless spectrum auction is the last viable chance for the construction of a nationwide broadband public-safety network, public-safety advocates say.

  • Spectrum eyed for safety network

    The upcoming wireless spectrum auction is the last viable chance for the construction of a nationwide broadband public-safety network, public-safety advocates say.

  • Wireless nation

    Since 1996, the men and women who risk their lives to save Americans in major crises and a myriad of lesser known daily emergencies have pleaded for a wireless public safety network by which they could communicate in the field during emergencies. The Federal Communications Commission — where I was chairman during the Reagan administration — now has the chance to cause industry to a build national wireless broadband network from coast to coast and from Canada to the Gulf.

  • Net neutrality overreach

    The battle over "net neutrality" and "open access" — two catchy labels that, in reality, both mean traditional public utility regulation — is moving from the ground to the air. Until recently, net neutrality and open access advocates have focused on getting Congress and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to adopt new government regulations that would prohibit wireline broadband Internet service providers, such as Verizon, Comcast or AT&T, from "discriminating" against unaffiliated content providers.

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