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Gifford, Raymond L. & Adam Peters,  Power Gridlock. PFF Progress Snapshot 3.1, Jan. 2007.

Gifford, Raymond L. Net Neutrality and the Role of States. PFF Progress Snapshot 2.27. Dec. 2006.

Gifford, Raymond L., Aryeh B. Bourkoff, Blair Levin, Craig E. Moffet, Brian L. Roberts & The Honorable Ted Stevens. CEO Luncheon with Brian Roberts and Chairman Ted Stevens. PFF Progress on Point 13.32. , Nov. 2006.

Caprio, Daniel W., Jr., Raymond L. Gifford, Thomas M. Lenard, Patrick Ross, Orson G. Swindle III, & others, Securing the Internet: The Role of Consumers, Industry and Government.  PFF Progress on Point 13.30, Nov. 2006

Gifford, Raymond L., Legislature in the Dark about Electricity. BaltimoreSun. July 7, 2006.

Gifford, Raymond. The Internet Left Gets a Case of the Vapors, PFF Progress Snapshot 2.15, June 2006.

Gifford, Raymond L. Reconsidering Our Communications Laws: Ensuring Competition and Innovation. Testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, June 16, 2006.

 Dixon, Kyle, Raymond L. Gifford, Thomas M. Lenard, Randolph J. May, & Adam Thierer. A Skeptic's Primer on Net Neutrality.  PFF Progress on Point 13.14, June 2006.

Gifford L. Raymond. 'Let the FTC Do It!' Maybe It Already Can. PFF Progress Snapshot 2.12, April 2006.

May, Randolph, James Speta, Kyle Dixon, James Gattuso, Raymond Gifford, Howard Shelanski, Douglas Sicker & Dennis Weisman. The Digital Age Communications Act’s Regulatory Framework and Network Neutrality: A Statement of the DACA Regulatory Framework Working Group. March 20, 2006.

Gifford, Raymond & Kent Lassman. Comments to the Federal Communications Commission on the Matter of Implementation of Section 621(a)(1) of the Cable MB-05-311 Communications Policy Act of 1984 as amended by the Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act of 1992. PFF, Feb. 13, 2006.

Thierer, Adam & Raymond Gifford. False 'Choices'. PFF Progress Snapshot 2.1, Jan. 2006.

Gifford, Raymond. Intellectual Property and Innovation in the Digital World. Remarks at PFF Digital Europe 2006, Jan. 17, 2006.

Gifford, Raymond L. Franchising Détente: Is it Possible? PFF Progress Snapshot 1.25, Dec. 2005.

Gifford, Raymond, Adam Peters, Michael Riordan, Robert C. Atkinson, Robert D. Atkinson, Robert Crandall, Jerry Ellig, Dale Hatfield, Philip Weiser, & Simon Wilkie. DACA Communications Act: Proposal of the Universal Service Group - Release 2.0, 2005.

Atkinson, Robert C., Robert D. Atkinson, Robert W. Crandall, Jerry Ellig, Raymond L. Gifford, Dale N. Hatfield, Adam M. Peters, Michael H. Riordan, Philip J. Weiser, & Simon J. Wilkie. Digital Age Communications Act Preliminary Proposal of the Universal Service Working Group, Release 1.0, 2005.

May, Randolph J, James Speta, Raymond L. Gifford, & Kyle Dixon. Transcript of the Digital Age Communications Act Proposal of the Regulatory Framework Working Group. PFF Progress on Point 12.19, Oct. 2005.

Gifford, Raymond L. Start Again: Communications Reform Has Inauspicious Start in House. PFF Progress Snapshot 1.11, Sept. 2005.

Gifford, Raymond L. The Place for Property and Commons. PFF Progress on Point 12.17, Sept. 2005.

Arrison, Sonia, Robert C. Atkinson, Kyle D. Dixon, Raymond L. Gifford, Kent Lassman, Douglas C. Sicker, Adam Thierer, Steven Titch, & Philip J. Weiser. A Digital Age Comunications Act - Preliminary Report from the Working Group on Federal-State Framework, Release 1.0, July 2005.

Dixon, Kyle D., James L. Gattuso, Raymond L. Gifford, Randolph J. May, Howard A. Shelanski, Douglas C. Sicker, James B. Speta, & Dennis Weisman. Digital Age Communications Act - Proposal of the Regulatory Framework Working Group, Release 1.0, June 2005.

Dixon, Kyle D. & Raymond L. Gifford. Progress, Freedom and Regulatory Transcendence: Video Service Debate Illustrates Importance of Core Regulatory Principles. PFF Progress on Point 12.7, May 2005.

Gifford, Raymond L. Testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Courts, the Internet & Intellectual Property. April 6, 2005.

Gifford, Raymond L. Standards in the Digital Age. PFF Progress on Point 12.2, March 2005.

Gifford, Raymond L. Testimony before the Illinois Senate Committee on Environment and Energy. March 15, 2005.

Dixon, Kyle D., Raymond L. Gifford, Thomas M. Lenard, Randolph J. May, & Adam M. Peters. A Digital Age Communications Act: Essays on the Need for Communications Policy Reform. Progress and Freedom Foundation, Feb. 2005.

Gifford, Raymond L. & Adam Peters. A Model State Act for Communications. PFF Progress on Point 11.21, Dec. 2004.

Gifford, Raymond L. Universal Service: Is It Still Relevant? PFF Progress on Point 11.18, Oct. 2004.

Gifford, Raymond L. & Kent Lassman. State Barriers to VoIP Deployment. PFF Progress on Point 11.17, Oct. 2004.

 Gifford, Raymond L. Regulation, Competition, and Universal Service in the IP Era. Heartland Institute, IT Update, Sept. 24, 2004.

Gifford, Raymond L. Just right rates. The Mercury News, Sept. 22, 2004.

Abernathy, Kathleen Q., Glenn A. Britt, James Q. Crowe, & Raymond L. Gifford. Communications Roundtable: The Future of the Physical Layer: Access and Property in the Physical Layer. Webcast from PFF Aspen Summit 2004, Aug. 23, 2004.

Gifford, Raymond L. & Adam Peters. The Fallacy of Predation in Wireline Communication. PFF Progress on Point 11.13, Aug. 2004.

Gifford, Raymond L. & Phillip Weiser. The Challenges of Regulation in an Era of Technological Change. Presentation: Silicon Flatirons/IRLE, May 2004.

Boyle, Anne C., Raymond L. Gifford, Thomas M. Lenard, John Muleta & Paul H. Rubin. Taxes And Regulation: The Effects of Mandates on Wireless Consumers. PFF Progress on Point 11.10, May 2004.

Gifford, Raymond L. Telecommunications Policy: A Look Ahead. Testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, April 28, 2004.

Brill, Matt, Kathryn Brown, Raymond L. Gifford, John Rose, John Stanton, & Nanette Thompson. Universal Service: Who Gives, Who Gets and For How Long. PFF Progress on Point 11.1. , Jan. 2004.

Gifford, Raymond L. & Adam Peters. Principles for Texas Communications Law. PFF Progress on Point 10.25, Dec. 2003.

Campbell, Jeffrey, Mark Cooper, Joseph Farrell, W. Kenneth Ferree, Raymond L. Gifford, Thomas M. Lenard, Randolph J. May, Paul Misener, Bruce Owen, Gregory Rosston, David Scheffman, John Scheibel, Robert Sachs, Tom Tauke, & Nancy Victory. Net Neutrality or Net Neutering: Should Broadband Internet Services Be Regulated? PFF Progress on Point 10.22, Nov. 2003.

Gifford, Raymond L. Confession of a Former State Regulator: FERC Needs More Grid Siting Authority. Energy Daily, Oct. 7, 2003.

Gifford, Raymond L. VoIP - Creative Destruction of Regulation. Remarks, Sept. 9, 2003.

Gifford, Raymond L. & Adam Peters. Universal Service Policy: At The Crossroads. PFF Progress on Point 10.15, Sept. 2003.

Gifford, Raymond L. VoIP of the Future will Spur Competition. Rocky Mountain News, Aug. 2, 2003.

Gifford, Raymond L. Ground Line Versus Wireless: Idaho Wins with Deregulation. Idaho Statesman, July 30, 2003.

Gifford, Raymond L. Real Federalism, Real Competition, Real Deregulation. Address to KMB Video Journal, Tampa, Florida, May 5, 2003.

Gifford, Raymond L. Equal Treatment. TheDeal.com, May 1, 2003.

Gifford, Raymond L. Testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources on Electricity, March 27, 2003.

Gifford, Raymond L. That is Not What I Meant at All: Assertive Modesty in Regulation. PFF Progress on Point 10.6, Feb. 2003

Gifford, Raymond L. Speakout: Plan is Wrong Answer for Electricity. Rocky Mountain News, Nov. 29, 2002.

Alexander, Anthony, Raymond L. Gifford, Ken Gordon, Jim Kerr, Thomas M. Lenard, and Pat Wood. Electricity Deregulation: How Prescriptive Should the Rules be? PFF Progress on Point 9.26, Nov. 8, 2002.

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