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Before it tackles net neutrality, the FCC is setting a major precedent for municipal broadband: it's just voted to preempt state laws that were preventing two cities from building out their own locally run broadband networks.The decision was prompted by separate petitions from Wilson, North Carolina, and Chattanooga, Tennessee — both cities that've established high-speed, gigabit internet services, but have been barred from expanding to neighboring communities due to existing state laws. So far, 19 states have similar regulations to those that the FCC is overriding in Wilson and Chattanooga, but today's ruling affects only those two specific cases.
"the rules apply to both home broadband connections and the wireless networks that power smartphones."
I'm not sure it's funny, his childlike love for his faith is humbling. Part of our struggle is to become like children and love Christ without caring what others think or caring about embarrassment
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