This week a federal appeals panel will consider whether the Federal Communications Commission went too far when it told states that they could not regulate the appearance of cell phone bills.
A group of state consumer advocates, including Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue’s consumer affairs counsel, says that the FCC exceeded its power and encroached upon the traditional state responsibilities of taxation and protecting consumers.
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