By Mass Live

Massachusetts’ two U.S. Senators – Democrats Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey – have voiced support for work being done in the Massachusetts Legislature to impose state-level net neutrality.

Warren and Markey did not endorse specific proposals, but both submitted letters to a state legislative committee supporting the concept of state action to maintain free and unfettered internet access.

“Now that the FCC has abandoned its commitment to protect fair and open internet access, it’s up to citizens, federal elected officials, and state and local governments to defend net neutrality,” Warren wrote in her testimony.

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