The FCC is voting to expand the Lifeline program on Thursday.
Julie Brill's departure leaves a second vacancy on the FTC.
Amazon has looked to deny a vote on the pay-gap proposal.
The requirements are among the least controversial parts of net neutrality rules.
The bill, opposed by Democrats, is meant to codify limits on the FCC's net neutrality rules.
The legislation deals with one of the least controversial aspects of net neutrality rules.
The FCC plans to vote on the subsidy program at the end of the month.
The FCC will vote this month on expanding the $1.7 billion federal Lifeline program.
Apple was convicted of conspiring with five publishers to artificially inflate e-book prices.
A law passed last year allows the government to robocall cellphones to collect debt.
A number of other Democrats have recently raised similar concerns.
That's a 36 percentage point increase from April 2014.
FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn highlighted others' concerns about minimum service standards.
U.S. citizens will be able to reserve Cuban hotels through its Booking.com website.
The technology could transform the way marketers target advertisements.
Approval of the $55 billion deal would be a victory for Charter.
The road ahead for the future of connected cars is exciting but uncharted.
The draft proposed rules were circulated last month.
The standard for home Internet is download speeds of 10 Mbps and upload speeds of 1 Mbps.
The rules are meant to lower the prices for inmates and their families.
The FCC is soon expected to release proposed rules.
Public Knowledge filed a complaint against Comcast's new Stream TV service.
Senate Republicans say the FCC did not disclose meetings with the White House.
The rules sparked court challenges, left lawmakers scrambling and the FCC with a long to-do list.