Kevin Martin, until recently resigned as chairman of the FCC, wrote a 136-page report to House Committee on Energy and Commerce this week defending his administration against claims of abuse and mismanagement.
“In my view, the Majority’s report ignored relevant information, contained numerous errors and lacked substance… I feel it is necessary to respond to and correct many of the staff report’s errors and mischaracterizations,” Martin wrote.
Many inside the Beltway felt the claims by House Democrats were merely a last-minute attack on Martin, who was an appointee of then-president George W. Bush.
Martin resigned on Tuesday. His replacement is widely expected to be Julius Genachowski.
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