Verizon Communications and AT&T won a victory in court last week when a federal appeals court ruled that the FCC has the authority to place a temporary cap on subsidies to rural wireless carriers that have reached more than $1 billion a year. The U.S. Court of Appeals said the FCC acted reasonably when it said the subsidies, part of the $7 billion Universal Service Fund, had become too burdensome for consumers.

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