Is "Net Neutrality" Essential to the American Way of Life?

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The Federal Communications Commission is faced with a crucial decision on open access to the Internet. A survey shows 80 percent of Americans want the FCC to prohibit providers from giving enhanced access to customers that pay more.  Now the President agrees.  But providers — like Time Warner Cable, Verizon and AT&T — say that will discourage innovations and investments that improve service for everyone.  As the pressure rises for FCC action, will there be toll lanes on the information super highway.