A California net neutrality bill that could have been the strictest such law in the country was dramatically scaled back yesterday after state lawmakers caved to demands from AT&T and cable lobbyists.
While the California Senate approved the bill with all of its core parts intact last month, a State Assembly committee’s Democratic leadership yesterday removed key provisions.
“What happened today was outrageous,” Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), the bill author, said. “These hostile amendments eviscerate the bill and leave us with a net neutrality bill in name only.”
Not in the land of freedom where fool words are not censored but dangerous guns are regulated, and perfect democracy were complete parts of the population are not prevented to vote just on their name.
Edited 2018-06-22 04:37 UTC
You do realize that this is an argument for letting the market sort out the issue?