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Regulation and the rapid decline of landline phone use
In some states just 25% of households still use traditional phone landlines. This decline is prompting phone companies to shift how they provide coverage and is raising questions as to how the FCC should regulate this changing communications landscape. Former FCC attorney David Goodfriend discusses the issue with The Cycle hosts.