Lisa Gonzalez and I have been wading though all kinds of crazy talk since the cities of Wilson and Chattanooga filed petitions with the FCC to strike down state laws that prevent them from offering Internet access to their neighbors.
In our first episode of Crazy Talk since way back in episode 72, we deal with claims that municipal networks often fail, whether the FCC has authority to restore local authority, and whether the state barriers in question are actually barriers at all.
In this episode, I refer to this article in The Atlantic regarding law schools.
Read the transcript here.
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Thanks to Jessie Evans for the music, licensed using Creative Commons. The song is "Is it Fire?"