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May, Randolph J. "Beyond Brand X." The National Law Journal, April 11, 2005.
Peters, Adam. "What is Competition? And Why Do We Care?" Progress Snapshot 1.1. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, April 2005.
Thierer, Adam. "Four More Years... Of the Status Quo? How Simple Principles Can Lead Us Out of the Regulatory Wilderness." Federal Communications Law Journal, March 2005.
Dixon, Kyle D. "Is an 'open' Internet a doomed concept?" CNET News.com, March 30, 2005.
Lassman, Kent. "The Municipal Provision of Broadband Services and the Merits of HB 1325." Testimony before the Utilities and Telecommunications Committee, Florida House of Representatives, March 17, 2005.
Gifford, Raymond L. Testimony before the Illinois Senate Committee on Environment and Energy, March 15, 2005.
Thierer, Adam. "Four More Years . . . of the Status Quo? How Simple Principles Can Lead Us Out of the Regulatory Wilderness." Federal Communications Law Journal, Vol. 57, No. 2, March 2005.
Lassman, Kent. "On the Merits of Senate Bill 1097 and Tariff Regulation." Testimony before the Joint Standing Committee on Energy & Technology at the Connecticut Legislature, February 22, 2005.
Lassman, Kent. Statement before the Technology, Research and Development Committee, Indiana House of Representatives, February 2, 2005.
Dixon, Kyle D. "FCC Struggles to Get Past Unbundling." IT&T News, February 1, 2005.
Dixon, Kyle D., Raymond L. Gifford, Thomas M. Lenard, Randolph J. May, and Adam M. Peters. A Digital Age Communications Act: Essays on the Need for Communications Policy Reform. The Progress and Freedom Foundation, February 2005.
Kraemer, Joseph S., Richard O. Levine, and Randolph J. May. The Myths and Realities of Universal Service: Revisiting the Justification for the Current Subsidy Structure. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2005.
Crandall, Robert, Jerry Ellig, Joe Kraemer, Richard Levine, Randolph May, and Howard Waltzman. "Panel Discussion: The Myths and Realities of Universal Service: Revisiting the Justification for the Current Subsidies." Progress on Point 12.1, The Progress &
Kahn, Robert E. "The Digital Object Architecture." The Corporation for National Research Initiatives. Presentation at a Progress & Freedom Foundation CEO Lunch, January 12, 2005.
Lenard, Thomas M., Randolph J. May, Darius Gaskins, Susan Ness, and James C. Miller, III. "Panel Discussion: Reinventing the FCC for the Digital Age." Progress on Point 11.22. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, December 2004.
Gifford, Raymond L. and Adam Peters. "A Model State Act for Communications." Progress on Point 11.21. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, December 2004.

May, Randolph J. "The FCC, Telecom Reform, and the Rule of Law: A Scorecard for Evaluating the New UNE Rules." Progress on Point 11.20. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, November 2004.
Russell, Andrew L. "Standardization in Digital Networks: The Case of 2G Mobile Phones." Progress on Point 11.19. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, November 2004.
May, Randolph J. "Calling for a regulatory overhaul, bit by bit." CNET News.com, October 19, 2004.
Gifford, Raymond L. "Universal Service: Is It Still Relevant?" Progress on Point 11.18. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 2004.
Gifford, Raymond L. and Kent Lassman. "State Barriers to VoIP Deployment." Progress on Point 11.17. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 2004.
Crowe, James Q. "Telecom Regulation: A New Approach." Remarks to The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 13, 2004.
Crowe, James Q. Webcast of Remarks at The Progress & Freedom Foundation CEO Luncheon. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 13, 2004.
May, Randolph J. "Broadband Policy: Who has a Better Plan?" Special to The National Law Journal, October 11, 2004.
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