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Texas Receives Cramming Settlement from AT&T

The State of Texas, all other 49 states and the District of Columbia, have announced the resolution of their multistate investigation into AT&T for cellphone cramming.

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Chad’s Morning Brief: Obama to Drop Entitlement Cuts From Budget, the FCC Wants in the Newsroom, and Other Top Stories

The Chad Hasty Show airs 8:30-11am on 790AM KFYO. Listen online at kfyo.com and on your phone with the radioPup App.

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Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Major TV Networks in Case Against FCC

The Supreme Court has finally come to a decision on a hotly contested case, one that will affect the entire nation and could have possible constitutional implications. But, it wasn't about Obamacare, it's about what on TV.

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FCC To Lower The Volume On Excessively Loud TV Commercials

Has anyone else noticed how much louder the commercials on TV are nowadays? It's annoying, it's intrusive, and the FCC is finally doing something about it.

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Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison Opposes Internet Regulation

Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison opposes internet regulations she calls an "FCC power grab."

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