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59 Fed. Comm. L.J. 215 (2006-2007)
The Information Quality Act: The Little Statute That Could (or Couldn't) Applying the Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996 to the Federal Communications Commission

handle is hein.journals/fedcom59 and id is 225 raw text is: The Information Quality Act:
The Little Statute That Could
(Or Couldn't?)
Applying the Safe Drinking Water Act
Amendments of 1996 to the Federal
Communications Commission
Kelien Ressmeyer*
I.    INTRODUCTION   ............................................................................. 216
II.   THE INFORMATION QUALITY ACT ............................................... 219
A. Risk Analysis Under the Safe Drinking Water Act ................ 220
B. Office of Management and Budget's Safe Drinking Water
Act Amendments of  1996 ...................................................... 220
C. The Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996: A
Review  of  Criticism s  ............................................................. 221
III.  HEALTH, SAFETY, AND        ENVIRONMENTAL      INFORMATION
UNDER  THE FCC  GUIDELINES ...................................................... 221
A. The FCC Has Neither Adopted Nor Adapted the Safe
Drinking  Water Act Standard ............................................... 222
B. The FCC Engages in Analysis of Risks to Human Health,
Safety, and the Environment; Therefore, the FCC Should
Adopt or Adapt the Safe Drinking Water Act Standard of
* B.A. with distinction Political Science and Philosophy 2004, Indiana University -
Bloomington. J.D. Candidate 2007, Indiana University School of Law - Bloomington. The
Author wishes to thank Don and Rheta Bradke, John Ressmeyer and Kris Bowline,
Professors Robert Fischman and Michael McGregor, and her colleagues, Kristin Culver and
Shalonda Guy. This Note has been written in memory of and is dedicated to Barbara Ann
Wilkerson, who always told me I'd be a writer.

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