California 'net neutrality' bill must not block state's broadband investment by John Husing, Desert Sun
Internet providers' big money leaves a California net neutrality bill 'eviscerated' by Michael Hiltzik, Los Angeles Times
With public support high, Boulder moves to fund citywide fiber buildout through debt by Shay Castle, Boulder Daily Camera
Citing high public support and demand for better, cheaper internet, Boulder's City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to fund through the issuance of debt the $15 million construction of what will become the backbone of a citywide broadband network.
In a survey, the results of which were presented publicly for the first time during Tuesday night's meeting, 90 percent of respondents supported city-owned and -operated internet, and as many said they would be very or somewhat likely to purchase service from the city.
Another surprising result was the share of households — somewhere between 4 percent and 7 percent — with no internet service, due to lack of access or affordability. A staff-provided map showed that most of the under-served areas were in low-income neighborhoods.
Frustrated with your internet service? El Paso County wants to hear from you. by Rachel Riley, Colorado Springs Gazette
Municipalities sue PURA over broadband decision by Matt Pilon, Hartford Business Journal