Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, center, and his wife Janet Hill, right, joins members of the audience in applauding at an open hearing at the Federal Communications Commission in Washington in 2015. The FCC opened the door for two community broadband providers to expand service, preempting state laws in Tennessee and North Carolina. On Wednesday, a federal court ruled that the FCC lacked the legal authority to override state law.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, center, and his wife Janet Hill, right, joins members of the audience in applauding at an open hearing at the Federal Communications Commission in Washington in 2015. The FCC opened the door for two community broadband providers to expand service, preempting state laws in Tennessee and North Carolina. On Wednesday, a federal court ruled that the FCC lacked the legal authority to override state law. Raleigh
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, center, and his wife Janet Hill, right, joins members of the audience in applauding at an open hearing at the Federal Communications Commission in Washington in 2015. The FCC opened the door for two community broadband providers to expand service, preempting state laws in Tennessee and North Carolina. On Wednesday, a federal court ruled that the FCC lacked the legal authority to override state law. Raleigh

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