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The Daily Caller: Who Pays For Net Neutrality?

A new report by PPI Senior Fellow Hal Singer and Brookings Nonresident Senior Fellow Robert Litan, Outdated Regulations Will Make Consumers Pay More for Broadband, was covered in a story by The Daily Caller:

“Outdated Regulations will Make Consumers Pay More for Broadband” — a recent study by Robert Litan and Hal Singer of the Progressive Policy Institute entitled — quantifies the extra taxes and fees that apply to Title II utility telecommunications service, but not Internet service. The study conservatively estimates that new Title II utility regulations would increase broadband taxes and fees $17 billion or roughly $85 per American household per year.

Read the article in its entirety at The Daily Caller.