PCIA Comments on Montgomery County Lawsuit

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At the beginning of March, Montgomery County, Maryland, filed a lawsuit against the FCC regarding their Infrastructure Order, saying the move was unconstitutional, arbitrary and capricious, an abuse of discretion, and otherwise illegal. Zac Champ, VP-Government Affairs, PCIA – The Wireless Infrastructure Association, recently commented on the lawsuit, “PCIA strongly believes that the FCC’s October 2014 Infrastructure Order will help streamline and accelerate the deployment of wireless infrastructure across the country. Lawsuits such as the one filed by Montgomery County could jeopardize that deployment and, with it, economic growth and job creation. PCIA and CTIA’s joint petition urges the courts to allow the FCC to carry out Congress’s clearly stated desire to streamline wireless infrastructure deployment.”

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