Yarmouth Port, MA
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Re: I'll be the odd one out
said by Fox McCloud:
I disagree with this law on principle, mainly based on private property rights and contractual agreements.
These are public airwaves that are licensed for use under "reasonable charges" conditions.
If you protest, protest because the regulator isn't doing its job in enforcing reasonable charges and instead is throwing in the towel and capping the total of outrageous fees, instead.--
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Virginia Beach, VA
very well put instead of bashing comment.
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Yep, public property means public oversight.