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  • StarFlower
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    She is brave to do what she is doing. I'm thrilled she is taking a stand. I totally agree about the monopolies - what a lot of people don't realize is that having options for access in the US to internet lags far behind other countries. Even some small and mid-sized CITIES (not towns!) are under a single-provider monopoly here, which means that repealing net neutrality is indeed a problem for consumers.

    If there was more than one provider in a city then the resulting competition (on a net neutrality repeal) would at least be helpful in some way (e.g. one provider might have a net neutrality policy vs another provider who doesn't). But with just one provider, removing net neutrality is a huge disservice to consumers because there is no choice and no competition.

    I applaud Mignon Clyburn.

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