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Right on. At least frequencies below 300 MHz are under less pressure, which is a relief to us HF & 2M troglodytes. Still, vigilance is required. Support ARRL.
There is a problem with the VHF and higher bands that doesn't get a lot of attention. Amateurs are not very good at utilization. The bands are almost always completely empty, and this makes them targets for commercial use. Around here in CT, the 2M repeater segments are mostly allocated and unavailable for new applications, but they are still unused most of the time.
Image via WikipediaBy contrast look at 14.070 - 14.073 kHz. I can often copy dozens of PSK31 QSOs in progress there in 3 kHz of spectrum. Also look at the cell/CDMA bands that support 100s of "QSOs" in a few MHz all the time. Hams do need to pay more attention to band occupancy.