12.06.2007 10:55 AM
Bush nominates Adelstein for second term on commission

President George W. Bush said Nov. 30 he intends to nominate Jonathan Adelstein for an additional five-year term as a commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission.

If approved, Adelstein’s term would expire June 30, 2013. Adelstein is one of two Democrats serving on the commission.

For more information, visit: www.whitehouse.gov.



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