Forbes: Voters deserve better than net neutrality politics

By Roslyn Layton In the final month of the midterm season, the politicization of serious policy issues is at a fever pitch including internet policy that from 1996-2015 reflected bipartisan agreement. Many states and candidates are trying to get new, younger voters to the polls through a variety of misleading tactics including peddling that overregulation […]

Washington Times: Why imposing outdated Internet rules is folly

By Hector V. Barreto Small businesses are the driving force of economic growth across the country, and reliable high-speed broadband service is essential for their ability to grow, thrive and compete. But as we near the midterm elections, some congressional candidates and members of Congress are stepping up efforts to re-impose outdated Internet rules that would limit […]