Deborah Tate’s time at the FCC is almost up.
The one-term Republican commissioner has made it official that she will resign in early January. It’s not known what she’ll do next, although she’ll probably land somewhere as a lobbyist or think-tank fellow or higher-ed faculty.
Tate spent her three years at the FCC advocating for children’s issues, serving on the FCC’s advisory board for USF reform and voting the party line for mergers, forbearance and other controversial matters.
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October 12 2018 @ 15:55:08 UTC