Net neutrality measure moves to Polis' desk by Charles Ashby, The Daily Sentinel
"We have set aside nearly $170 million to support new Internet connections, broadband deployment to every corner of Colorado," Hansen said. "That was an incredibly important step that we took together as a General Assembly, but there was one important problem that we didn't address, and that is, what happens if we get in a situation where one of those new providers decides to offer service that's not net neutral."
BRIEF: Georgia lawmakers OK electric co-ops to sell Internet service by Mark Niesse, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“This authorizes one of the main players in rural Georgia to provide a service that they're not legally authorized to provide now,” said House Rules Chairman Jay Powell, a Republican from Camilla. “We're trying to break down the barriers that prevent services from being provided.”
Holyoke ballot question will gauge interest in city-run Internet service by Dennis Hohenberger, MassLive
Apple Valley set to receive broadband by Grace Bird, The Greenfield Recorder
CLW looks to fund broadband expansion itself by Amanda Lien, The Dispatch
Voter turnout, broadband Internet updates provided at county commission meeting by Sarah Gray, The Marshall Democrat-News