This week, Lisa and I discuss the Coalition for Local Internet Choice, CLIC, that was announced last week. This is a short episode that aims to answer some of the common questions about CLIC, including why we felt it was necessary to create this coalition now.
You can still sign up to become a member of CLIC if you agree with our statement of principles that these important decisions should be made by communities, not preempted by states.
We are compiling a long list of those that support local authority – businesses, trade groups, utilities, community organizations, local governments, and more!
Read the transcript from this episode here.
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This show is 8 minutes long and can be played below on this page or via iTunes or via the tool of your choice using this feed.
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Thanks to Waylon Thornton for the music, licensed using Creative Commons. The song is “Bronco Romp.”