California’s Amended Net Neutrality Bill Moves to Final Assembly Floor Vote

By Chriss Street

California’s heavily amended “Net Neutrality” legislation passed out of committee this week and moved to a final floor vote as the clock ticks down on the August 31 fiscal year deadline.

Sponsored by Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), the SB-822 Communications: Broadband Internet Access Service bill has sustained given major amending rounds, but now seems poised to pass the full Senate and be signed into law by California Gov. Jerry Brown over the next eight days.

Internet Service Providers (ISP) such as Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast argue that SB-822 will not survive a federal court legal challenge on constitutional grounds and it will hurt low-income Californians.

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One Response to California’s Amended Net Neutrality Bill Moves to Final Assembly Floor Vote

  1. Brian Kearsey August 29, 2018 at 5:38 am

    Deviously deceptive device designed to deliver dominion of the internet from the free market to megalomaniacs in DC – the same bipartisan gaggle who avert their eye to the machinations of Google, Facebook, and Twitter as they tweak the flow of information to favor those seeking to destroy our republic.

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