F.C.C. Says It Will Move Forward on Broadband Plan - NYTimes.com: "But the chairman refused to say if the commission would try to reclassify Internet service as a utility similar to telephone service to overcome the court decision, a move that some Democratic senators supported but that several Republican senators strongly warned against.
Julius Genachowski, the F.C.C. chairman, said in testimony before the Senate Commerce Committee, that the agency’s lawyers were still considering the effect of the court case, Comcast v. F.C.C., on the commission’s effort, known as the National Broadband Plan."
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