An unfilled seat on the commission, say advocacy groups, means an executive order from the president has nowhere to go at the moment.
By Julia Conley, staff writer for Common Dreams. Published 7-9-2021
President Joe Biden on Friday was urged to appoint a third Democratic commissioner to the empty seat on the Federal Communications Commission after the president signed an executive order encouraging the panel to reinstate net neutrality rules.
Fight for the Future was among the advocacy groups making the demand and said Biden “knows full well that none of this can happen” until he rounds out the commission. Continue reading