No 'states' rights' for Trump when the state is California and the right is an open internet
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Gov. Jerry Brown signed net neutrality into law for the state of California on September 30. The law imposes rules similar to those previously enforced by the FCC under its open internet rule, which Trump's FCC overturned last year. Trump's Department of Justice, hours after Brown signed the law, filed suit against the state to block it.

California's new law would prohibit internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal internet traffic or from imposing pay for...


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