Mignon Clyburn Announces Exit As FCC's Commissioner
According to a report by B&C, Mignon Clyburn, the FCC's commissioner, said at the agency's public hearing Tuesday that she would be exiting the FCC.
Clyburn announced that the public meeting would be her last at the agency.
Clyburn, ending an eight-year tenure focused on the needs of low-income and minority communities, was the first woman to chair the agency.
Fellow Democrat Jessica Rosenworcel reportedly said that Clyburn was a partner in the public interest, and promised to carry on her cause.
Clyburn went on to say that she did not have her future path "laid out.