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Although the Federal Communications Commission moved forward Wednesday with an order curtailing local governments’ authority to regulate the rollout of fifth-generation wireless, jurisdictions are now looking at months of uncer...

As the time draws near for a vote on Senate Bill 426, a reminder to lawmakers that the decision made will have a lasting impact on every city and town across Georgia, and a request to look at facts and effects, not simply the w...

Who controls where wireless providers may install the antennas that connect cellphones to the internet?

Right now in New York, that decision is made on a case-by-case basis by cities, towns and villages. But that may change, if...

First it was concrete vs. wood. Now it’s the right-of-way.

Four days after the city of Sandy Springs announced in a news conference it’s against Georgia House Bill 876, which would nullify the city’s building code relating to ho...

Cities across the United States are warning of what they say is an illegal assault on the public’s right of way, facilitated by state and federal authorities on behalf of major telecommunications companies.

At issue is the rollo...

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