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Net neutrality, opiod taxes and rental car taxes in the Legislature


Editor’s note: This corrects the amount of the proposed opiod flat tax which was changed in Tempel’s letter due to an editing error.

One of the things discussed this week in Energy Committee was net neutrality on internet providers. Basically, the bill states that internet providers may not block lawful content, applications or services, on any device. Providers may not throttle, impair, or degrade lawful internet traffic or engage in paid prioritization. Based on testimony in committee, this has not been an issue in Montana at present. So it may be something that will have to be looked...

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