California Lawmakers Pass Net Neutrality Bill, in Rebuke to Trump’s FCC

HeadlineSep 05, 2018

In California, lawmakers have passed a bill aimed at guaranteeing full and equal access to the internet, in a major rebuke to the Trump administration’s rollback of federal net neutrality laws. If California Governor Jerry Brown signs the bill into law, California will become the fourth state to enact a net neutrality law since the FCC, or Federal Communications Commission, eliminated Obama-era rules last year.

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