The Public Utility Commission of Texas has recently adopted a Middle Mile Broadband Rule. The rule permits electric utilities to lease their excess fiber capacity to internet service providers to provide broadband in unserved and underserved areas of Texas. The rule will help electric utilities partner with internet service providers to expand broadband access to […]
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This is the third part in an ongoing series in which we review some of the changes to Board of Nursing (BON) rules after its recent Sunset review. On December 8, 2017, the Board of Nursing proposed changes to Rule §213.28 regarding Good Professional Character. These rules became effective on February 25, 2018. In the […]
This is the second part in an ongoing series reviewing some of the changes to Board of Nursing (BON) rules after its recent Sunset review. As we discussed previously, the BON was recently reviewed under the Sunset process, leading to several changes in its investigative and sanctioning processes. On December 8, 2017, the Board of […]
This is the first part of a series in which we will discuss some of the changes to Texas Board of Nursing (BON) rules after its recent Sunset review. The Sunset process in Texas is a process that entails a review of state agencies by the Texas Sunset Advisory Commission and Texas Legislature. Approximately 140 […]
The annual report required from telecommunications carriers and VoIP providers has been reinstated at the FCC, and reports are due March 1, 2018. The CPNI Reporting Requirement was eliminated by the FCC in its 2016 Privacy Order dated November 2, 2016. However, that FCC order was repealed by the Congressional Review Act in April, 2017. Because the […]