Big Trouble for Net Neutrality in Virginia?


    Read this and decide for yourself.

    Personally, I have yet to receive an adequate response from any of the General Assembly members or staffers to whom I’ve addressed questions on this issue. In general, responses fall into three categories: 1) oh, it’s not that bad; 2) huh? we didn’t even know what was in that bill; 3) what’s net neutrality? And I’m sorry, but that’s not acceptable. Bottom line: if you don’t have the time or inclination to learn about a bill, then either abstain or just vote no. How anyone can vote for something when they don’t understand it is beyond me…

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