It’s been five years since the FCC left Washington, D.C., in an official capacity to hear how its policies affect real people. It’s time for the agency to schedule meetings in communities around the country to give people a real voice in the policymaking process.
Everyone deserves affordable access to communications services. Even in the Internet era, people rely on telephones to connect to the outside world for job opportunities, medical services and educational advancement. Enter the Lifeline program.