The FCC has denied three petitions for stay of its inmate calling services (ICS) Order. The FCC found that none of the Petitioners demonstrated that: (1) they will suffer irreparable harm if the Order is not stayed; (2) they are likely to succeed on the merits of their arguments; or (3) that a stay would be in the public interest.
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