• On July 27, 2012, Staff of the Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) filed a recommended decision urging the ICC to grant the relief requested by AT&T Illinois in its complaint against Halo Wireless, Inc. AT&T alleges that Halo violated the parties’ wireless interconnection agreement (ICA) by routing landline-originated traffic over AT&T’s facilities in an attempt to mask the origin of the traffic and avoid paying access charges. ICC Staff stated that they support AT&T’s arguments “across the board,” but recommended that the ICC should rule only on the intrastate traffic exchanged between the parties. The ICC Staff’s recommended decision follows similar rulings by the state commissions of Georgia and Wisconsin in favor of AT&T and against Halo. Docket No. 12-0182.