But there have been increased rumblings in DC circles that she's looking to leave at the end of June.
CNET reports that Rosenworcel was a supporter of net neutrality during her previous stint on the commission, joining with former Chairman Wheeler and Clyburn to pass the rules. It is not clear if Clyburn plans to stay on the commission. As such, broadband industry lobbyists and Rosenworcel were generally on opposite sides. Recode recently pegged Brendan Carr, now general counsel for Ajit Pai's FCC, as the favorite for the Republican slot. She has the support of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.
"During her first term as Commissioner, Jessica proved to be an outstanding public servant who championed policies that enable American consumers to benefit from the tremendous changes taking place in the communications and technology marketplace", NCTA President Michael Powell said. "While the Commerce Committee does not yet have the necessary paperwork to act on her nomination, in deciding how to proceed, the committee will be seeking more information about the status of the administration's efforts to nominate a qualified candidate for the remaining vacancy at the FCC".
Rosenworcel would likely need to be paired with a nominee for the Republican seat-the Administration would not want to create a 2-2 tie, which would be the case unless Mignon Clyburn exited. "I look forward to working with her in the fight for an open Internet, affordable broadband and strong consumer privacy protections".
"This appointment rights a wrong, because she deserved confirmation previous year, and should have been sitting on the Commission all along", Georgetown Law lecturer Andrew Schwartzman, an attorney who specializes in media and telecommunications policy, said in a statement provided to Ars.
"We congratulate Jessica Rosenworcel and look forward to working closely to promote competition and fairness to all Americans", the group's president, Gene Kimmelman, said Wednesday. "We are pleased for the opportunity to work with her again once she is confirmed and to pursue our shared interests in ensuring sustainable and affordable broadband access for all Americans".
The US state department condemned the attack, saying "the depravity of terrorism has no place in a peaceful civilised world". Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the attacks would have "no effect" on the country.
President Donald Trump delivers a speech at the White House in Washington D.C., capital of the United States , on June 1, 2017. He also lavished praise on the prime minister of Montenegro, whom Trump shoved aside in Brussels during a photo op.
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Jones pointed to how NBC crew members manipulated lighting for the interview as evidence it was a strategic attack on him. If you've ever watched Alex Jones , as I have, you might come away steeped in a dark and distorted view of the world.
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Sasse says the numbers work against replacement of the Affordable Care Act with only 52 Republicans in the United States Senate. Supporters of the AHCA have said it would give states more flexibility in providing health care.
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Preet Bharara stopped answering Donald Trump's calls
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Woman on trial for 'encouraging' boyfriend to kill himself
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