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Supreme Court to Hear Appeal on FCC's “Shot Clock Rule” by Alan Hearty

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Recently, the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal brought by cities and counties all over the country challenging an FCC “Shot Clock Rule,” an order declaring that a “reasonable period of time” for state and local governments to act on applications for co-located sitings is 90 days, and for all other applications is 150 days.


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