The House Communications FCC oversight hearing had a little bit of everything Thursday, including more bickering between FCC chairman Tom Wheeler, a lengthy break for votes, and more than its share of sports references.
It was a new venue, but not too much new ground left to cover after Wednesday's marathon Senate hearing with all five commissioners. The House hearing was less focused on Title II — not that there wasn't plenty of time devoted to that subject.
Wheeler again tried to convince Republicans — Democrats didn't seem to need convincing — that the Title II decision was not going to be leveraged to regulate rates.
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