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(Undated)  --  Oregon is among nearly two-dozen states asking a federal appeals court to reinstate net neutrality rules the FCC set aside earlier this year.  The appeal filed late yesterday also asks the court to reject the Trump administration's efforts to block states from making their own rules to guarantee an open Internet.  New York's attorney general led 22 states and Washington, DC in suing after the FCC voted to reverse rules barring Internet service providers from blocking or slowing traffic, or offering faster content delivery for a fee.  In May, the Senate voted to keep the net neutrality rules, but the bill isn't likely to win approval in the House or be signed by President Trump.

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