Copps Is Obama's Temporary FCC Chairman Pick
Jan 23, 2009, 11:13 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Obama has asked FCC commissioner Michael Copps to act as the FCC Chairman on a temporary basis until a permanent replacement for former Chairman Kevin Martin is found. Obama is expected to nominate Julius Genachowski for the post. Genachowski will have to be approved by Congress before taking office. Copps will head the FCC until then.
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Cops and Obama??