Inslee urges FCC to move forward with Title II

U.S. Congressman Jay Inslee of Washington State is becoming impatient with Congress and the FCC and the whole Title II broadband regulation morass. Since Congress won't (or can't) act, Inslee, like his fellow legislator House Energy and Commerce Chairman Henry Waxman of California, has thrown the ball to the FCC.

"We have to have FCC movement on this. There is only one cop on the beat with the whistle and the enforcement power," he said.

Or, as Stringer Bell might have put it in HBO's brilliant but little seen drama, The Wire: "Get on with it, mother ..."

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