California senate leadership will decide if net neutrality goes to a vote
fcc, netneutrality, public policy, sb460, sb822
A bill to reinstate network neutrality rules in California is in legislative limbo. The senate appropriations committee put senate bill 460 into the suspense file, where it’ll sit until the end of the week. At that point the committee, in consultation with senate leadership, will decide whether it will move on to a floor vote.
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