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Congress appear to be dimming. Little action was taken on waste issues in the first session, and consensus regarding the need for legislation appears to be lacking. The 106 th Congress inherited three solid waste issues from the 105 th and earlier Congresses: interstate shipment of waste, the management of what are called "remediation wastes" from old hazardous waste sites, and implementation of the Basel Convention on Transboundary Movement of Waste. The 105 th Congress adjourned without passing bills on these issues, although each was the subject of discussion. The first set of issues, whether state and local ...
WASHINGTON, June 25, 2010 –Universal Service reform is one of the key components of the National Broadband Plan and a principal which many in the telecommunications industry believe needs to happen before the current system collapses. On Thursday, the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation held hearings to determine the state of the Universal Service Fund and to hear testimony to determine what should be done to reform it. While the hearing was titled “Universal Service: Transforming the High-Cost Fund for the Broadband Era” many of the Republican Senators spent a majority ... Read More
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