Letter to Mayors and Local Officials on Municipal Internet Service
The ACLU sent our municipal broadband report to more than 100 mayors and other top local officials around the country who have previously sent joint letters to the FCC and Congress strongly opposing plans to get rid of net neutrality protections. The recipients include the mayors of the nation’s five largest cities as well as many mid-sized and smaller cities and towns. If local leaders want to protect their constituents’ rights and expand quality internet access, then community broadband is an excellent way to do that.
Click here for the full list of letter recipients.