California puts its net neutrality law on hold

About a month ago, California lawmakers passed the nation’s toughest net neutrality law. The goal was to restore the Obama-era internet protections that the Federal Communications Commission axed late last year. But California Attorney General Xavier Becerra says he won’t enforce the new state law yet. The state says it reached an agreement with the Trump administration to wait until another lawsuit is resolved.


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