*Note: This is the second in a planned series of posts compiling Washington Legal Foundation papers, briefs, regulatory comments, and blog commentaries relevant to critical legal and constitutional issues facing new senior leaders at specific federal regulatory agencies. To see the first post in the series, discussing DOL, OSHA, EEOC, and NLRB, click here.
Rapid technological change has altered the way people communicate and consume information. For the past eight years, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has been scrambling to adapt to this new reality while expanding its regulatory turf. In the process, FCC has cut corners and imposed new regulations that chill innovation and investment.
Through its public-interest litigation, publishing, and other advocacy, WLF influenced debates over FCC’s policies and actions with timely papers and blog commentaries, and weighed in directly through regulatory comments and amicus briefs. Those activities have resulted in an impressive body of reference materials that are instructive for new leadership in the agency. We provide a summary of and links to those documents below to simplify access to relevant work product from WLF in each of those areas. Continue reading “FEDERAL REGULATORY READING LIST: Resources for New Leaders at FCC”