Connecting the Last Frontier By Anand Vadapalli, Multichannel News
High-speed internet to bring big change in remote Alaska By Rachel D’Oro, The Seattle Times
Net neutrality controversy could embolden Colorado efforts to build public internet infrastructure By Jack Queen, Summit Daily News
Mitchell argued that public broadband providers are less likely to throttle access to or jack up prices for certain sites and services because they're directly accountable to voters.
"Because of that accountability, local governments can typically deliver faster internet at a lower cost and with better customer service," he said. "If they were to suddenly raise prices or block off eliminate access to Netflix, voters could make them pay."
Municipal broadband—what Longmont did right By Theresa Rose, North Forty News
A Hawaiian Politician Is Introducing a Bill That Would Encourage Creation of Locally Owned Broadband Networks By Jason Koebler, Motherboard
Group works to start municipal internet in Dubuque following Net Neutrality repeal By Samantha Myers, KCRG News