'Open Access' Proposal Gains Steam

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WASHINGTON Support appears to be building for a proposal by Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin Martin that could turn a huge chunk of the nation’s airwaves into a new broadband pipe.

A majority of the commissioners told lawmakers Tuesday that they supported Martin’s plan to require winners of an upcoming airwaves auction to set aside a portion of the frequencies for other users.

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