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The brief explains that — contrary to false claims made by the Trump FCC, broadband providers and parties like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that have joined in this attack on the California law — Net Neutrality rules do not harm the broadband industry. The level of broadband investment in the United States did not decrease as a result of the Obama FCC’s strong Net Neutrality rules; nor did it increase as a result of the Trump administration’s open-internet repeal.

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