Calif. Senate approves net neutrality rules, sends bill to governor

Enlarge / California State Capitol building in Sacramento. (credit: Getty Images | joe chan photography) The California Senate today voted to approve the toughest state-level net neutrality bill in the US, one day after the California Assembly took the same action. With both legislative houses having approved the bill, California Governor Jerry Brown has until September 30 to sign it into law. The final vote was 27-12, with all 26 Democratic senators and Republican Senator Ling Ling Chang voting in favor. All 12 no votes came from Republican senators. In the Assembly yesterday, six Republicans joined 55 Democrats to pass the bill in a 61-18 vote. Read 6 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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