We Need Lifeline More Than Ever

January 19, 2018 Kristal High

As we look at the issues facing us today in terms of media and telecommunications policy, it’s important that we examine the needs of society and make decisions based on the public good, not the corporate demand. When we look at things that way, it becomes clear that communications issues are civil rights issues. Voice

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