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Washington became the first state in the country on Monday to pass its own net neutrality law in the wake of the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) repeal of the popular Obama-era rules.Gov. Jay Inslee (D) signed a bill Monday afternoon forbidding internet service providers from blocking or throttling web content, or from charging websites for higher delivery speeds. During a ceremony for the bill signing, he called the legislation a "free speech bill."“All Washingtonians should enjoy

Rhode Island's state legislature could soon vote on a bill that would impose a $20 fee on residents accessing pornography online.The legislation, which two Democratic state senators introduced in the General Assembly on Thursday, would require internet service providers to digitally block sexual content or “patently offensive material.”Rhode Island residents who want to access the content would be able to unlock it for a $20 digital access fee.The funds raised from the fees would be collected quarterly