Election Season is Great Time to Debate Net Neutrality in America

Alex Brill | The Hill

The midterm elections are six months away, and candidates are looking for innovative ways to define their campaigns. With an unemployment rate below 4 percent and recent upward revisions to the 2018 economic outlook, Republicans are preparing to campaign on a strong economy and the tax cuts enacted last December that improved US competitiveness and boosted voters’ after-tax incomes. Democrats seem poised to emphasize a campaign message geared around something catchy called “net neutrality.”

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