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HR 1539 - Study Committee on Technology and Taxation in the Public Right of Way
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Tracking Level: Support
Sponsor: Brett Harrell
Last Action: 3/19/2018 - House Second Readers
House Committee: Transportation
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Staff Analysis of the Legislation

This resolution, mirroring SR 1019, creates the House study committee on Advanced Communications Technologies and the Use of State and Local Government Right of Way.  The study committee (made up of five House members, one mayor, one county commissioner and three experts on communications deployment or taxation issues) will study state and local laws/regulations pertaining to the use public right of way to deploy advanced broadband, video and voice technologies; whether these advanced technologies are, or should be, treated differently than current technologies in terms of regulation, taxation and other matters; and whether state laws should be changed in this area.        

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