Bernie Sanders has a $150 billion plan to turn the internet into a public utility with low prices and fast speeds — here's how his plan works
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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders has a $150 billion, four-point plan that would fundamentally transform how the internet works in the United States.

The plan would effectively turn the internet into a publicly-provided utility, similar to how water and power are distributed.

The broadest goal of the proposal is to provide every American with access to affordable high-speed internet. "High-speed internet service must be treated as the new electricity," the proposal says, "a...

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