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Profiles in Corruption: How Telecoms Control the California Legislature

From 48 Hills By Chris Witteman and Tracey Rosenberg July 1, 2018 The last couple of weeks have not been good ones for those who see communications as a social justice issue. The 2015 Open Internet Order, which ensured Internet neutrality … Continue reading

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Capitol Weekly picks AT&T’s Bill Devine as 11th most influential person in Sacramento

Capitol Weekly publishes a yearly list of the top 100 influential behind-the-scenes power players in state government. AT&T lobbyist Bill Devine was rated #11 for 2017. Capitol Weekly describes him as “ubiquitous in Capitol corridors,” “AT&T’s Field General.” The Los … Continue reading

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California legislators meet with telecom lobbyists at hush-hush event on eve of 5G bill

Timing is everything. Last weekend, May 6-7, California Democrat Party Assemblymembers gathered for a lavish telecom industry fund-raising and lobbying event at Pebble Beach — the Speakers Cup. Hosted by the Speaker of the California Assembly – currently, Assemblyman Anthony … Continue reading

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