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Comments to the FCC on Proposed Reform of the USF Contribution Methodology

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Comments to the FCC on Proposed Reform of the USF Contribution Methodology

July 09, 2012

​Comments from ACE, EDUCAUSE, AAU, APLU, AASCU, and NACUBO to the Federal Communications Commission on the proposed changes to the Universal Service Fund contribution methodology. The groups believe that a pure “numbers based” proposal would impose a significant hardship on colleges and universities, and so would violate the FCC's proposed fairness principle.

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