California’s effort to establish Net Neutrality is successfully moving forward. The legislation has now been passed and awaits our Gov. Brown’s signature. (refer to preceding two posts for specifics). You might want to see what, if any, actions your state may be taking.
A coalition of 22 states attorneys general formed the first of the year “... to sue the Federal Communications Commission for axing net neutrality rules...” ― California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia and Washington ― and the District of Columbia” reported here.
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The relatively uneventful life I wrote about occurring the preceding week was short-lived. Nothing quite like a little 4.4 earthquake with an epicenter in the foothills just down the road to alter that impression. A sudden sharp jolt shook my house as I was sitting in my recliner viewing the PBS News Hour. The shaking and creaking sounds lasted a bit longer than I might have preferred but did not result in any visible damage inside.
Do you need to have emergency preparations for any potential disasters?