In the fight for internet freedom, what happens when state laws clash with federal rules?
The effort may be futile, but Democrats see the fight as having lasting political value.
In 60 days, ISPs will have free reign over the internet.
The California Senate passed a bill that prohibits internet providers from "blocking lawful content."
Any internet service provider with a state government contract cannot block or charge more for faster delivery of websites.
This fight is far from over.
Legislative efforts against the repeal are ramping up.
Google, Facebook, Netflix, and many others are standing up for an open internet.
"We will fight the FCC's decisions in the courts, and we will fight it in the halls of Congress."
These might keep you up at night next year.
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