For Immediate Release
David Vance, (202) 736-5712, email@example.com
Common Cause Welcomes Jessica Rosenworcel as Acting Chairwoman of the Federal Communications Commission
WASHINGTON - Today, President Biden designated FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel to serve as Acting Chairwoman of the Federal Communications Commission.
Statement of Michael Copps, Former FCC Commissioner and Common Cause Special Adviser,
“President Biden has appointed Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel as Interim Chair of the Federal Communications Commission. She is ideal for the job. I know, because we worked together when she led my staff while I was a commissioner there. She knows the FCC from the bottom up and she understands how to make good things happen there. She was called from my staff to the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee, where she was responsible for telecom and media policy. Then she was appointed a commissioner at the FCC and has demonstrated a mastery of the issues that has been seldom matched. Whether it’s bringing broadband to every home in America, encouraging internet availability for our schools, making wise decisions for the utilization of spectrum, contesting telecom and media monopolies, battling mis- and dis- information, she has a combination of vision and practicality that make her perfect for the chairmanship. She is a true advocate of the public interest. Congratulations, Jessica.”
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