Justice Department Sues California Over Net Neutrality Law

Headline Roundup October 1st, 2018

The Justice Department is suing California after the state passed a net neutrality law reinstating the Obama-era regulations that were reversed by the Trump administration in December of last year.

Justice Department Sues California Over Net Neutrality Law

From the Left
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Within hours of Jerry Brown signing into law a bill that would take California back to Obama-era net-neutrality rules, the Justice Department had slapped the state with a lawsuit.

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From the Center
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The Trump administration filed a lawsuit against the state of California on Sunday night in an effort to strike down its new net neutrality law, signed only hours earlier by Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown.

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From the Right
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The battle over net neutrality rages on as the Department of Justice goes after the state of California for signing a bill on the issue.

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