A group of senators — mostly Democrats — plans to file a petition Wednesday to force a Senate vote on restoring net neutrality, the Obama-era rule that said all internet traffic must be treated equally. The Federal Communications Commission repealed the rule late last year. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Mignon Clyburn says she can be a more effective consumer advocate outside of the agency.
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This week, Montana and New York made moves to counter the federal repeal of net neutrality that the Federal Communications Commission enacted last month. And so far 21 states and the District of Columbia have sued to overturn the FCC decision. What will these legal battles look like? Click the audio player above to hear […]
The Department of Labor has a new rule it wants to get on the books that would change the way restaurants treat tips. It’s called the tip-pooling rule, and would let workers in the back of the house, like dishwashers and prep cooks, share the tips made by the servers in the front of the […]
Sen. Ed Markey says there is powerful momentum to restore the consumer protection.
In 2017, tech companies experienced a series of bad headlines. Could that mean less tech enthusiasm in 2018?