Academic journal article Federal Communications Law Journal

Editor's Note

Academic journal article Federal Communications Law Journal

Editor's Note

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Welcome to the second Issue of the sixty-first Volume of the Federal Communications Law Journal, the nation's premier communications law journal and the official journal of the Federal Communications Bar Association.

The Articles in this Issue present analyses of a diverse range of communications law issues. In the first Article, Marvin Ammori examines the assumption that the cornerstone of free speech doctrine is the distinction between content-based and content-neutral laws. The second Article by John R. Harrington, Ronald W. Gavillet, Matt D. Basil, and Melissa L. Dickey proposes a nationwide policy in regards to the many proposals received by the FCC as part of its Intercarrier Compensation Reform Docket. In the third Article, Scott Wallsten analyzes reverse auctions and their potential for use in the United States in implementing universal service programs.

This issue also features a Comment by Laura Sherman. Ms. Sherman's Comment clarifies the different treatment given to telecommunications services and broadcast services in U.S. trade obligations and FCC orders. Her Comment will clarify some misunderstandings in a previously published student note.

In addition to these pieces, this Issue contains three thoughtful Notes. …

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