Fair-minded, objective AT&T lawyer says FCC is biased!

AT&T strongly hints that federal agency is out to get it, but doesn't say why

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In 2009 it approved AT&T's acquisition of Centennial Communications. So clearly the FCC approves plenty of mergers.

Maybe the FCC staff harbors a bias against AT&T itself. Again, the agency approved AT&T's Centennial deal.

Or maybe, just maybe, the FCC -- along with the Justice Department -- is doing its job by studying a potential merger's antitrust implications and concluding, based on its analysis (and not AT&T's lobbying and PR campaign), that consumers would be poorly served by the elimination of a major wireless carrier.

I side with the FCC on this, but since I'm not an AT&T attorney, I can't possibly be fair-minded or objective.

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