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Court Reels In FCC On Billing Decision

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Aug 1, 2006, 4:15 PM   by (staff)

A federal court of appeals today ruled that states have the right to define carrier billing practices. Many states had passed bills or rules requiring that carriers list out charges and fees line by line, however last year the FCC struck down these requirements. The court of appeals today said that the FCC has overstepped its bounds and does not oversee the presentation of charges on a bill in its authority to regulate rates. Regulations such as line-item bills and others passed by state authorities have often led to national changes in business practices which benefit subscribers.

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Aug 1, 2006, 4:25 PM

Got my back?

Apparently state government is intent on protecting us more than the government government.
Pretty much.

The FCC and FDA are no longer the organizations they once were.
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