Stories of sexual harassment and abuse continued to dominate the week’s news, especially early on, but as the week progressed, the near completion of the Republican tax reform plan and Thursday’s repeal of Obama-era net neutrality rules were also making news.
The FCC has announced plans to begin rolling back “net neutrality” laws. While Americans still prefer free market competition, they're growing more interested in government control of the world wide web.
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