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There is no stopping California from pushing its net neutrality bill forward. Even ISPs and cable companies can’t do anything about it. On Tuesday, the Senate Council gave Sen. Scott Weiner’s HB 822 the green light. Californians are overjoyed with the decision regarding the proposed net neutrality bill. It is a sliding victory of 8 (Democrats) to 3 (Republicans). The state’s net neutrality bill is now moving forward to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Once cleared, its...

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Colorado HB 1312 is finally approved! It is a mutual feeling for both Colorado and California following the approval of House bills. On Tuesday, the state of Colorado HB 1312 has been approved. The measure, however, will counter a portion of the FCC net neutrality rules. No need to question who favored it and who doesn’t. On the same day, California HB 822 gets the approval of the legislative body. During the hearing, Sen. Scott Weiner says, “Californians...

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California neutrality bill moves forward to enactment. It’s a victorious moment for Sen. Scott Weiner and his California net neutrality bill (SB 822). Advocates cheered while oppositions protested. The California neutrality bill passed the Senate Council on a Tuesday hearing. It is an overwhelming moment for the Californians.  As expected, Broadband and cable companies are full of displeasure. The state lawmakers gave the California neutrality bill thumbs-up signs. Eight Democrats voted “yes” and three “no” for...

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The Illinois net neutrality bill is one step closer to enactment. On Wednesday, the state legislatures brought the net neutrality bill to the General Assembly for discussion for the 2015 Open Internet Order lapses on April 23. However, the legality of the legislation as well as consumer protections. A vote of 6-2 moved the net neutrality bill forward across the Data Analytics, IT, and Cybersecurity Committee. Illinois is one of the 23 states that filed a lawsuit against the FCC regarding...

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Oregon officially puts net neutrality bill into law. The open internet will stay with Oregon as Gov. Katherine Brown signs the net neutrality bill today making it into law. It is now the second state to legislate the law following the FCC repeal in December. On Friday, the Democrat politician unveiled that the net neutrality bill will be endorsed today at the middle school event. The state House and Senate precedently validated the said measure....

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When the FCC decided to nullify net neutrality governance in December 2015, California state Sen. Scott Weiner delivered a video on the same day, stating that he called for the reinforcement of those protocols in state law. The senator’s bill, SB822 accomplishes the California chambers, with fellow Democrat advocates in the Senate and Assembly. Once the charter took place along with New York and New Jersey introduced bills, a massive volume of the US population...