California Legislators Agree on 'Strongest Net Neutrality Protection'

California Democratic legislators ended a dispute over a proposed net neutrality bill, agreeing on a measure that would bar internet service providers from blocking, speeding up or slowing down websites and video, as well as charging websites fees for fast lanes. “Collectively this will be the most comprehensive and the strongest net neutrality protection in the United States,” State Sen. Scott Wiener of San Francisco said at a Capitol news conference.