The California Senate has voted to impose its own version of net neutrality on the state, after the Federal Communications Commission overturned the Obama-era policy. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford explains.
KVCR's Ken Vincent introduces report from Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford
Wireless carriers eager to roll out faster 5G technology want the California Legislature to streamline the local approval process. But as Capital Public Radio's Daniel Potter reports, local governments argue the proposals would take away their powers of oversight and negotiation.
Technology is rapidly evolving and becoming more interactive. And some California lawmakers want to make sure those developments don't compromise consumer privacy. Capital Public Radio's Katie Orr reports on legislation announced Wednesday.