Connecticut’s 2018 legislative session ended on May 9. This session, the ACLU of Connecticut weighed in with testimony on more than 80 bills. We advocated to support some positive bills and opposed threats to civil liberties that would have taken our state backward.
Net neutrality is about the principle that internet service providers shouldn’t get to decide what information we see. Here are five reasons why Connecticut should be the next state to pass net neutrality protections into law.
In a week when the ACLU of Connecticut weighed in with testimony on 13 bills, we saw: some good, pro-civil liberties bills that we support; some dangerous, anti-civil liberties proposals that we oppose; and some bills that are well-intentioned but need work.