STATEMENT REGARDING CONSENT TO FILEAND SEPARATE BRIEFING
All parties have consented to the filing of this brief.
filed with thisCourt notice of theirintent to participate on July 2, 2012.Pursuant to D.C. Circuit Rule 29(d),
TechFreedom, theCompetitive EnterpriseInstitute, the Free State Foundation, and the Cato Institutecertify that no othernon-government
briefof which we are aware addressesthe constitutionality of the FCC’s network-neutrality order.We are the onlynonprofit-public-interest-group
of which we are aware; in light of ouractivities, discussed more fully in the Interest of
, we believe we areparticularly well-suited to discuss the constitutional issues implicated by the FCC’saction. We understand that there will be abrief
filed on behalf of the National Association of Manufacturers, which we are told will focus onlyonstatutory issues. Additionally,
filed a Joint Unopposed Motion to Set FilingDeadlines for Briefs
on July 2, 2012; that motion asked this Courtto set a schedule for the filing of “all briefs of amici curiae on both sides.” TheCourt granted that motion on July 3, 2012.
Pursuant to Fed. R.App. P. 29(c),
statethat no counsel for a partyauthored this brief in whole or in part, and no counsel or party made a monetarycontribution intended to fund the preparation or submission of this brief. Noperson other than
or theircounsel made a monetary contribution to itspreparation or submission.