Obama's FCC Has a Long History of Regulatory Overreach
Federal Affairs Manager at Americans for Tax Reform, Katie McAuliffe, recently published an op-ed in The Hill detailing the FCC’s illustrious past of interfering in the lives of everyday Americans. This comes in light of the FCC’s Title II regulations, more commonly known as “Net Neutrality”, being upheld by the DC Circuit Court of Appeals. She elaborates:
“It doesn’t take a genius to see what the FCC is doing. It is piling up obstacles to private investment in private networks, putting us on a glidepath to a taxpayer-funded and government-owned telecommunications and Internet structure that looks like a cross between a Yugoslavian car factory and a Soviet-era milk distribution scheme.”
The full article can be found here.