From Radio Ink:
After years-long deadlock, the Federal Communications Commission finally has its fifth Commissioner. Anna Gomez has been confirmed for a five-year term by the US Senate, as the Biden Administration’s sometimes rocky quest to fill the seat reaches its denouement.
President Biden nominated Gomez after strong recommendations from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and other Hispanic organizations to fill the vacant seat with a Latino candidate. This confirmation marks the first time that a Latina has been appointed as an FCC Commissioner in two decades. [more]