California enacts strongest net neutrality protections in the nation — and the Trump administration sues

  1. California enacts strongest net neutrality protections in the nation — and the Trump administration sues  Los Angeles Times
  2. California Quota Bill Won’t Help Women  Forbes
  3. Trump administration sues California over ‘extreme, illegal’ net-neutrality law  ZDNet
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California Governor Signs Strictest Net Neutrality Bill in the Country

  1. California Governor Signs Strictest Net Neutrality Bill in the Country  Slate Magazine
  2. California Signed Its New Net Neutrality Bill Into Law Sunday. The Justice Department Is Already Trying to Block It  Fortune
  3. What Is Net Neutrality? DoJ is Suing California Over New Internet Law  Newsweek
  4. Gov. Jerry Brown signs bill requiring California corporate boards to include women  Los Angeles Times
  5. Trump administration sues California over net neutrality law  Politico
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What Is Net Neutrality? DoJ is Suing California Over New Internet Law

  1. What Is Net Neutrality? DoJ is Suing California Over New Internet Law  Newsweek
  2. California Signed Its New Net Neutrality Bill Into Law Sunday. The Justice Department Is Already Trying to Block It  Fortune
  3. Calif. enacts net neutrality law—US gov’t immediately sues to block it [Updated]  Ars Technica
  4. Gov. Jerry Brown signs bill requiring California corporate boards to include women  Los Angeles Times
  5. Trump administration sues California over net neutrality law  Politico
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California Signed Its New Net Neutrality Bill Into Law Sunday. The Justice Department Is Already Trying to Block It

  1. California Signed Its New Net Neutrality Bill Into Law Sunday. The Justice Department Is Already Trying to Block It  Fortune
  2. What Is Net Neutrality? DoJ is Suing California Over New Internet Law  Newsweek
  3. Federal officials sue California over hours-old Net neutrality law  The Boston Globe
  4. Gov. Jerry Brown signs bill requiring California corporate boards to include women  Los Angeles Times
  5. Trump administration sues California over net neutrality law  Politico
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US sues California over 'net neutrality'

US sues California over 'net neutrality'The US Justice Department on Sunday sued California to force it to abandon a law, passed earlier in the day, to protect “net neutrality” aimed at requiring all online data to be treated equally. Rules governing online access have undergone numerous court challenges and regulatory moves over the past decade, and in December the Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 along party lines to reverse a 2015 order which established net neutrality. On Sunday California Governor Jerry Brown signed a law that re-established net neutrality in his state, the country’s largest and wealthiest.


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U.S. sues after California governor signs 'net neutrality' law

U.S. sues after California governor signs 'net neutrality' lawThe U.S. Justice Department late on Sunday filed suit after California Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation to restore open internet protections known as net neutrality in the state after the Trump administration repealed the rules in December 2017. This marked the latest clash between the Trump administration and California, which have sparred over environmental, immigration and other hot-button issues. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Sunday in a statement that “states do not regulate interstate commerce — the federal government does.


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Trump administration sues California over its brand-new net neutrality law

  1. Trump administration sues California over its brand-new net neutrality law  TechCrunch
  2. CA governor signs net neutrality bill into law, Justice Department sues  Engadget
  3. California makes toughest net neutrality law, and DOJ sues  Seeking Alpha
  4. Trump administration sues California over net neutrality law  Politico
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