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How Can Better Broadband Improve Mental Health Care?

Posted on · We tend to think of the Federal Communications Commission in its role as the regulatory body establishing rules for how broadcast radio and television operate. But the five-member commission appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate does a lot more than that as it’s tasked with not only regulating interstate and international communications […]

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HCC Property and FCC Commissioner: Monday’s Show (May 23, 2016)

Posted on · About a year ago, the Houston Chronicle began an investigation into unused properties owned by Houston Community College. The newspaper found HCC owned more than 350 acres of undeveloped property and redirected millions of dollars in bond money in recent years to buy multiple tracts. On this edition of Houston Matters, Maggie Martin sits down […]

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