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May, Randolph J. "Broadband Gets a Breaux-Nickles Boost." Progress on Point 9.15. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, May 2002.
May, Randolph J. "Comments to the FCC on the AT&T-Comcast Merger in Public Interest." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, April 29, 2002.
May, Randolph J. and Larry F. Darby. "Comments to the FCC in Section 251 Unbundling Requirements and Related Broadband Proceedings." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, April 5, 2002.
May, Randolph J. "A Reform Agenda for the New FCC." info, March 21, 2002.
Gardy, David, C. Lincoln Hoewing, Randolph J. May, Christopher A. McLean, and Steven F. Vest. "Changing the Multi-Channel Video Marketplace." Progress on Point 9.9. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, March 2002.
May, Randolph J. "Hands Off The Broadband Market." Hartford Courant, February 27, 2002.
Guppy, Paul. "Should Government Enter the Telecom Market?" Progress on Point 9.7. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2002.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. "Comments to the FCC in the Matter of Echostar Communications Corporation, General Motors Corporation, and Huges Electronics Corporation." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 4, 2002.
Lenard, Thomas M. "The Economics of the Telecom Meltdown." Progress on Point 9.6. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2002.
Hazlett, Thomas W., C. Lincoln Hoewing, Randolph J. May, Peter Pitsch, and John D. Windhausen, Jr. "Broadband Regulation: Should Congress Act?" Progress on Point 9.5. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2002.
May, Randolph J. "The Tech Community Fashions a Deregulatory Broadband Policy." Progress on Point 9.3. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2002.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. and Randolph J. May. "Comments to the FCC on Cable Ownership." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 4, 2002
May, Randolph J. "FCC Rules Slow Progress." USA Today, January 2, 2002.
May, Randolph J. "A Scorecard for Evaluating Whether State Telecommunications Policies are Deregulatory and Pro-Competitive." Progress on Point 9.1. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2002.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. and Randolph J. May. "Comments to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration in the Matter of Request for Comments on Deployment of Broadband Networks and Advanced Telecommunications." The Progress & Freedom Founda
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. "Can Civil Liberties Survive in a Society Under Surveillance?" Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, November 18, 2001.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. and William F. Adkinson, Jr. "Comments to the FCC on the Flexibility for Delivery of Communications by Mobile Satellite Service Providers." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 22, 2001.
May, Randolph J. "Calling The Court." Legal Times, October 8, 2001.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. and Randolph J. May. "Reply Comments to the FCC on the Deployment of Advanced Telecommunications Capability." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 5, 2001.
Duff, Anna and Kent Lassman. "The Internet, Taxation, and the Constitution." The Claremont Institute, September 28, 2001.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. and Randolph J. May. "Comments to the FCC on the Deployment of Advanced Telecommunications Capability." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, September 24, 2001.
Lassman, Kent. "The Digital Revolution: Opportunities To Lead in Virginia." Thomas Jefferson Institute, September 21, 2001.
Rose, Jr., Francis L. "Hollings Proposal Restricts Media." Columbia: SC State, August 15, 2001.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. "Restoring IT Sector Growth-Why Broadband, Intellectual Property and Other E-Commerce Issues Are Key to a Robust Economy." Remarks, August 2001.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. and Randolph J. May, eds. Communications Deregulation and FCC Reform: Finishing the Job. Kluwer Academic Publishers and The Progress & Freedom Foundation, August 2001.
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