Healey Says Fewer Options Will Cost More

Attorney General Maura Healey is  planning to sue the federal government over the rollback of net  neutrality protections.  

Healey says the Federal Communications  Commission vote means people will pay more for the Internet and will  have fewer options.  

Healey is joining New York's attorney general in  the effort to block the rollback, with numerous other states expected to  join as well.  

Healey says the FCC has failed to justify the decision,  and they will fight to keep the people in control of Internet access.

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