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Energy and Commerce Committee

Communications and Technology (117th Congress)

Communications and Technology Markup Wrap up


Solutions on Spectrum Management and Access, Rip and Replace, Upgrading Communications Infrastructure Advance in Subcommittee 

Energy and Commerce Republicans are leading on bipartisan solutions to promote wireless innovation and strengthen American communication networks.    

The success of our nation’s wireless future depends on good management of our spectrum resources, and today’s legislative markup in the Energy and Commerce Communications and Technology subcommittee is an example of what is possible when Congress comes together on...

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Latta: “We are able to accomplish much when we work together, and legislation goes through regular committee process”


Washington, D.C. — Communications and Technology Subcommittee Republican Leader Bob Latta (R-OH) delivered remarks at today’s subcommittee markup on increasing access to spectrum resources to improve people’s lives and their access to critical technologies. 

Excerpts and highlights from his remarks: 


“Thank you, Mr. Chairman, for holding today’s markup and for working with us to ensure the bills on today’s markup receive bipartisan support.  

“The bills we are considering today range from investing in infrastructure to improving efficiency...

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Leader Rodgers: “Increasing spectrum access is necessary for innovation and will expand people’s access to critical technologies”


Washington, D.C. — House Energy and Commerce Committee Republican Leader Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) delivered opening remarks at today’s Communication and Technology Subcommittee markup on seven bipartisan bills that promote innovation and strengthen communication networks.  

Excerpts and highlights from her remarks: 


“Today we will be considering seven bills that have bipartisan support. 

“While we still have more work to do before this legislation is considered by the full Committee, I want to thank my colleagues on this subcommittee for...

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