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 […]

Limited Net Neutrality Effort Could Hurt Latino and Other Minority Communities

By Rosa Mendosa Congress does not agree on much, but one apparent consensus is about the need for strong open internet protections — a goal fully supported by the Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership. The partisanship, however, presents itself in how to achieve that goal, with one group of lawmakers attempting to overturn the reversal […]

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