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Cities and states take up the battle for an open internet

Written by: David Elliot Berman, Ph.D. Candidate in Communication, University of Pennsylvania Communities across the U.S. are taking network construction into their own hands. T.Dallas/Shutterstock.com Internet service providers like Comcast and Verizon are free to slow down, block or prioritize...


Is the United States on the brink of a revolution?

Written by: Serbulent Turan, Instructor in Political Science & Public Scholarship Coordinator, University of British Columbia Participants in the Women's March gather near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington in January 2018. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen) Political scientists have historically been bad...


Washington state’s big bet on ‘free college’

Written by: William Zumeta, Professor of Public Policy and Governance and Professor of Education, University of Washington Washington state has passed a measure to cover college tuition for students from low- and moderate-income families. VDB Photos/Shutterstock.comWashington state doesn’t have a...

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