From Washington Internet Daily:

The amount of focus lawmakers place on Redl’s position on the switchover likely will depend on what he testifies and how he “answers the first question” on the topic, a House aide said. R Street Institute Tech Policy Associate Joe Kane was among several who believe lawmakers are near-certain to address IANA. Senate Communications Subcommittee ranking member Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, and former NTIA Administrator Larry Strickling said they aren’t concerned by Redl’s reported promise (see 1801290041). That lack of concern and the absence of Cruz from the House Communications hearing mean the issue is unlikely to “produce fireworks,” Kane said.

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