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Investment Banker Is Nominated for FCC Post

March 16, 1994| Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Susan Ness, an investment banker specializing in communications companies, was nominated Tuesday by President Clinton to be a member of the Federal Communications Commission.

Ness, 45, a communications attorney, was nominated for a Democratic seat on the five-member commission. The seat became available in February when Commissioner Ervin Duggan left to become head of the Public Broadcasting Service.

Earlier this month, Clinton nominated San Francisco communications attorney Rachelle Chong, 34, to a Republican FCC seat that has been vacant for nearly a year.

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