Appeals Court to Hear Arguments on Repeal of Net Neutrality Rules

A federal appeals court will hear arguments over whether the Trump administration acted legally when it repealed landmark net neutrality rules governing Internet providers in December 2017. The panel, which has set aside 2-1/2 hours to hear the case, is made up of Judges Robert Wilkins and Patricia Millett, two appointees of Democratic former President Barack Obama, and Stephen Williams, an appointee of Republican Ronald Reagan.