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CABLE, TELECOMMUNICATIONS & TECH v. FCC, ET AL.

Docket No.: 11-1547
Argued: January 16, 2013
Consolidated with: 11-1545

Topics:

Article I, Internal Revenue Code, judicial review, preemption, separation of powers

PartyNames: Cable, Telecommunications, and Technology Committee of the New Orleans City Council v. Federal Communications Commission, et al.
Petitioner: Cable, Telecommunications, and Technology Committee of the New Orleans City Council
Respondent: Federal Communications Commission, et al.

Court Below: United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
Citation: 668 F. 3d 229
Supreme Court Docket

Cable, Telecommunications, and Technology Committee of the New Orleans City Council
v.
Federal Communications Commission, et al.
Consideration Limited:

GRANTED LIMITED TO QUESTION 1 PRESENTED BY THE PETITION IN NO. 11-1545.

Question Presented:

1. Should Chevron deference be afforded to an administrative agency's interpretation of its own statutory jurisdiction? 2. If it is determined that an agency's interpretation of its own statutory jurisdiction should be evaluated under Chevron, did the Fifth Circuit improperly apply Chevron? 3. Did the FCC usurp the jurisdiction and authority reserved for State and local governments by Congress in its interpretation of 47 U.S.C.A. ยง 332 (C)(7) by creating additional limitations on state and local governments beyond those provided for in the statute?

CABLE, TELECOMMUNICATIONS & TECH v. FCC, ET AL.
ORAL ARGUMENT

January 16, 2013


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CABLE, TELECOMMUNICATIONS & TECH v. FCC, ET AL.
Case Documents

1BRIEF FOR RESPONDENTS CTIA--THE WIRELESS ASSOCIATION(R) AND CELLCO PARTNERSHIP D/B/A VERIZON WIRELESS IN OPPOSITION
2BRIEF FOR THE FEDERAL RESPONDENTS
3CABLE, TELECOMMUNICATIONS & TECH v. FCC, ET AL. Oral Argument Transcript (PDF)