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Lenard, Thomas M. "Advancing the DTV Transition: An Examination of the FCC Media Bureau Proposal." Testimony before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet, Committee on Energy and Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives, June 2, 2004.
Gattuso, James L., Randolph J. May and Adam Thierer. "Negotiate, Not Litigate." National Review Online, June 2, 2004.
Gatusso, James L., Randolph J. May, and Adam Thierer. "Negotiate, not litigate." The Washinton Times, May 30, 2004.
Boyle, Anne C., Raymond L. Gifford, Thomas M. Lenard, John Muleta and Paul H. Rubin. "Taxes And Regulation: The Effects of Mandates on Wireless Consumers." Progress on Point 11.10. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, May 2004.

Notebaert, Richard C. Webcast of Remarks at The Progress & Freedom Foundation CEO Luncheon. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, April 28, 2004.
Thierer, Adam. "Return of the (Un)Fairness Doctrine: The Media Ownership Reform Act" TechKnowledge No. 80. Cato, April 20, 2004.
Thierer, Adam. "Media Ownership Madness and the Third Person Effect Hypothesis." TechKnowledge No. 79. Cato, April 20, 2004.
May, Randolph J. "Protecting communications." The Washington Times, April 4, 2004.
Lassman, Kent and Adam Peters. "Comments to the Califormia Public Utilities Commission: Voice over Internet Protocol." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, April 2, 2004.
Benjamin, Stuart M. "Does Spectrum Abundance Justify Public Control?" Progress on Point 11.9. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, April 2004.
May, Randolph J. "New Rules for New Tech: With emerging Internet phone services, the FCC should think about going step by step." Legal Times, March 29, 2004.
May, Randolph J. "Heeding the Blast of Schumpeter's Trumpet." CNET News.com, March 25, 2004.
Kraemer, Joseph S., Randolph J. May, John Morabito, James Ramsay, and John Windhausen, Jr. "The Next Step in Telecom: Deregulation of Rates." Progress on Point 11.6. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, March 2004.
Peters, Adam M. "Comments to the FCC in the Matter of Level 3 Communications LLC Petition for Forbearance." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, March 1, 2004.
May, Randolph J. "VoIP regulation: A plea for procedural modesty." CNET news.com, February 3, 2004.
Lenard, Thomas M. "Accelerating The Transition To Digital TV: The Satellite Home Viewer Improvement Act Can Help." Progress on Point 11.4. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2004.
Lenard, Thomas M. "Government Entry into the Telecom Business: Are the Benefits Commensurate with the Costs?" Progress on Point 11.3. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2004.
May, Randolph J. "The Metaphysics of VoIP." CNET news.com, January 5, 2004.
Sicker, Douglas C. "Delocalization in Telecommunications Networks." Progress on Point 11.2. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2004.
Brill, Matt, Kathryn Brown, Raymond L. Gifford, John Rose, John Stanton, and Nanette Thompson. "Universal Service: Who Gives, Who Gets and For How Long." Progress on Point 11.1. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2004.
Gifford, Raymond L. and Adam Peters. "Principles for Texas Communications Law." Progress on Point 10.25. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, December 2003.
May, Randolph J. "Do Feds Risk a Communications Blackout? Report Urges Redundant Telecom Systems for Key Gov't Offices." Progress on Point 10.24. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, December 2003.
Levine, Richard O., Joseph S. Kraemer, and Randolph J. May. Special Report: Trends in the Competitiveness of Telecommunications Markets: Implications for Deregulation of Retail Local Services. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, December 2003.
Campbell, Jeffrey, Mark Cooper, Joseph Farrell, W. Kenneth Ferree, Raymond L. Gifford, Thomas M. Lenard, Randolph J. May, Paul Misener, Bruce Owen, Gregory Rosston, David Scheffman, John Scheibel, Robert Sachs, Tom Tauke, and Nancy Victory. "Net Neutralit
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