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States Fire Back At FCC To Preserve Net Neutrality

Last December, the FCC voted along party lines to end the policy to regulate the internet like a utility. The vote was controversial, but highly expected throughout 2017. But net neutrality is technically still not off the books yet — the era of net neutrality will...

source: By Ross Lancaster
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The Cabinet of Egypt has passed legislation that purports to legalize 166 church properties throughout the nation that ranks as one of the worst countries in the world when it comes to Christian persecution. The English-language magazine Egypt Today reports that the chief...

source: The Christian Post

Apparently it's now in vogue — if you're a liberal senator — to question President Donald Trump's nominees about their faith and religious beliefs. For the third time in the last year or so, a Trump nominee was grilled in a Senate hearing about his or her faith....

source: GOP USA

A Democratic commissioner on the top U.S. telecommunications regulator said she is stepping down after more than eight years in the job and after clashing with Republican efforts to roll back many regulations. Mignon Clyburn, who served as acting chair of the five-member...

source: Reuters via Business Insider

The California Senate passed a super "Net Neutrality" law just as the Obama-era regulation of the Internet is set to be expire on April 23. ARS Technica reported California Senate Bill SB 822 was passed out of Senate Energy, Utilities and Communications on an 8-3 vote to...

source: Breitbart

The national media is buzzing over James Comey and his anti-Trump book but an advisor to the President says it's business as usual by the commander in chief and his White House staff. "I'm telling you the difference between what you read and see in the media and reality...

source: One News Now

As promised, the FCC has released the second tranche of post-incentive auction repack funding, which is almost all of the original money allocated by Congress. It is allocating an additional $742 million (or 92.5 percent of total...

source: Broadcasting & Cable

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