Opinion: The FCC Should Elevate ‘Rigorous Decision-Making’


By Mark Jamison
American Enterprise Institute

It is no secret that partisan politics infiltrated and shook the Federal Communications Commission’s decision-making during the waning years of the Obama administration. The party line divide lowered the quality and constancy of FCC decisions, with the most prominent example being the 2015 economics-free decision on net neutrality (actually the decision was free of good economics, not of economics in general) that was quickly reversed once the commission had a Republican majority.

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