On the eve of the FCC’s Open Meeting last week, the Commission removed two items related to its incentive auction of broadcast spectrum, shortly after Chairman Wheeler received a letter from Congressmen Fred Upton (R- MI) and Greg Walden (R-OR) urging him to postpone the FCC’s consideration of the two related action items.  The deferred matters include the initial target date for clearing TV broadcast licensees from the 600 MHz band, bidder qualification standards for the incentive auction, limitations on mobile spectrum holdings, and auction procedures.  The agency is expected to vote on the items in early August. The FCC noted the brief delay in adoption of the two items should not affect its plans to conduct    the auction in early 2016.