[Maine] Sun Journal: Congress Can Preserve An Open Internet

By Hector Barreto As broadband experts and community leaders gathered recently to discuss strategies for expanding high-speed internet access to more rural areas in Maine, closing the divide that prevents many residents from participating in an increasingly digital economy remains one of the state’s most critical challenges. But to connect more Maine communities, consumers and business […]


Anchorage Daily News: Net Neutrality Is Vital — But So Is Rural Broadband

By Niel Ritchie Most issues look different from rural America, but that’s especially true of net neutrality. No one doubts that net neutrality policies to keep the internet open and free for all users is vital. No internet provider or tech company should be allowed to block websites, censor or discriminate against viewpoints, manipulate cyberspace to […]




The Record: To Deal (Or Not) To Deal On Net Neutrality

By Bill Lucy For many progressives looking ahead to midterm election gold, every issue raises a Hamlet-like question: Is it better to deal now with an administration desperate to show it can govern or hold out for more favorable terms after expected gains at the polls? The tension can often be quite severe – Democrats […]