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A tiny neighborhood park is earmarked to receive $300,000 in San Antonio bond money, raising the specter of politics corrupting the city’s record debt package. Google Fiber rears its head again.Read More →
A bill in the Mississippi House or a new rule proposed by the Department of Revenue could allow the state to collect internet sales tax.Read More →
“Wheeler took the bull by the horns and pushed his agenda,” Struble told Watchdog.org, noting that Wheeler led more 3-2 commission votes than any chairman in the FCC’s history. “I think [Pai] will fight to get compromise.”Read More →
A bipartisan group of 48 U.S. senators sent a letter to President Trump on Monday urging him to include broadband expansion in any infrastructure initiative.Read More →
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam’s broadband plan would emphasize grants and incentives for private providers, as well as allow electric cooperatives to build networks, over allowing taxpayer-supported municipal networks to expand.Read More →
Part 113 of 117 in the series Nanny State of the Week Self-driving cars are the next frontier for the autonomous revolution, coming after cars that automatically brake and parallel park. They’re still in initial stages of testing, but over-cautious nanny regulators in California are forcing their roll-out to more forward-thinking states. State regulations are […]Read More →