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Federal Appeals Court Issues Mixed Decision on Net Neutrality

October 4, 2019

The DC Circuit Court issued a decision on net neutrality that partly favored the FCC’s effort to abolish net neutrality, but also supported state legislation. Matt Wood of Free Press analyzes what the decision means.

California Net Neutrality Bill: 'Gold Standard' for the Nation

California Net Neutrality Bill: ‘Gold Standard’ for the Nation

September 7, 2018

California passed a landmark net neutrality bill, which now awaits Gov. Brown’s signature. ISPs are going all out for him to veto the law, but activists are keeping up the pressure  

AT&T - TimeWarner Merger: A Disaster for Consumers

June 14, 2018
The argument that this merger, which will create one of the world's largest media giants, is not anti-competitive lacks all basis in reality, says Jeff Cohen of RootsAction.org and FAIR

The Jobs Trump Promised to Save Are Disappearing

January 18, 2018

The Carrier Factory in Indiana are laying off hundreds of workers this week, one year after Trump promised to save them

AT&T-Time Warner Proposed Merger Earns Nearly Universal Panning

October 31, 2016

Comcast’s purchase of NBCUniversal is a cautionary tale for consumers when it comes to media monopolies, says Professor Victor Pickard

Privatizing America

August 27, 2013
Paul Buchheit: Regulation is meant to protect all of us, but anti-government activists have worked hard to turn us against our own best interests

Michigan Anti-Union Law Drafted by ALEC

August 6, 2013
Lisa Graves: ALEC is running a secretive, multi-million dollar slush fund for state lawmakers, looking to influence legislation on ‘right-to-work’, ‘stand your ground’ laws, and voter ID laws