Fred Campbell is Director of Tech Knowledge, a Senior Policy Advisor with Wireless 20/20, and an adjunct professor in the Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications Law LL.M program at the University of Nebraska College of Law. TWITTER ALLOWS DEATH THREATS AGAINST FCC CHAIR AHEAD OF NET NEUTRALITY VOTE. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has the votes to repeal Obama-era Net Neutrality on Dec. 14. Show of hands: When was the last time an FCC regulatory action elicited this sort of dangerous, unhinged reaction?
Jason Geer, Director of Energy & Environmental Policy for the Michigan Chamber. Chamber-Backed Legislation to Reform the DEQ on the Move. The Michigan Chamber recently partnered with the Michigan Farm Bureau to develop legislation to reform the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. The three-bill package to increase stakeholder engagement and transparency in the DEQ's rule making process, received its ﬁrst hearing last week, where the Michigan Chamber provided testimony.
Kyle Melinn: The process and prospects for ﬁlling Conyers Michigan’s 13th congressional district seat
Kyle Melinn, is the editor and Vice President of the MIRS Newsletter. The process and prospects for ﬁlling Conyers Michigan’s 13th congressional district seat.
Charlotte Hays, Director of Cultural Programs Independent Women's Forum. The Invisible Woman in the Steinle Verdict: Kate Steinle
Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines.
Erin Mersino, Senior Legal Counsel Great Lakes Justice Center. She attended oral argument at the Supreme Court yesterday in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case (Jack Phillips who serves all customers without discrimination, but does not create cakes for all events including homosexual weddings). Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission
Tom Harris, Executive Director International Climate Science Coalition (ICSC) How the U.S. can dominate the world energy market.
Chad Livengood, Senior Reporter at Crain’s Detroit Business. Project Tim revealed: Steelmaker planning sprawling plant in rural Durand.
Curtis Houck, managing editor of Newsbusters. CBS, NBC Ignore Role of Anti-Trump FBI Agent in Clinton E-Mail Probe. This weekend it was discovered that Special Counsel Robert Mueller kicked veteran FBI agent Peter Strzok off his team for sending text messages that were disparaging of President Trump. But on Monday, we discovered that the ﬁred agent was responsible for turning down former FBI Director Comey’s language when he announced he would not recommend charges be brought against Hillary Clinton in her e-mail investigation. That interesting tidbit was blacked out of the reports in the evening broadcasts of CBS and NBC.