California Governor Jerry Brown delivers his final state of the state address in Sacramento, California, U.S., January 25, 2018. REUTERS/Fred Greaves/File Photo
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Gov. Jerry Brown will decide whether California should have the nation's strongest protections for net neutrality rules intended to ensure a level playing field on the internet after the measure Friday cleared the final legislative hurdle.The state Senate approved the bill over stiff opposition from internet service providers, opening another front in the war between California and President Donald Trump.The bill would prohibit internet providers from blocking or slowing data based on its content or from favoring websites or video streams from companies that pay extra.
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