|2||ACA: FCC's Reform Of Lifeline Program Should Encourage Participation By Wireline Voice And Broadband Providers|
|2||ACA Applauds FCC For Launching Review Of Broken Retransmission Consent Rules|
|31||ACA To FCC: Protect Access To Traditionally Offered Out-of-Market TV Signals Along With Sunset Of Broadcast Exclusivity Rules|
|24||ACA To FCC: Small Systems Keep Closing, Pressured By Excessive And Rising Programming Costs|
|12||ACA: FCC Rules Providing Visually Impaired With Emergency Information Must Be Reasonable|
|6||ACA Calls On FCC To Retain Enhanced Transparency Rule Exemption For Smaller ISPs|
|27||American Cable Praises Commissioner Clyburn On Call For Program Access Reform After AT&T-DirecTV Approval|
|24||American Cable Calls On FCC To Lessen Paperwork Burdens On Small And Medium-Sized ISPs|
|31||FCC Comments re Modernizing and Reforming Lifeline for Broadband|
|28||FCC Ex Parte re Amending the Retransmission Consent Rules- Broadcast Exclusivity w/ Office of Cmmsr Pai|
|28||FCC Ex Parte Letter (w/ DSTAC members and others) re Final DSTAC Report|
In order to protect the interests of independent cable operators, it is essential that members of Congress understand and respect the important role that ACA's more than 900 small and medium sized companies play in delivering communications services to more than 7 million households across the United States.
|30||Annual EEO Report - Form 396-C|
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