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Podcast: Democratic State House Candidate Brandon Medenwald Talks Net Neutrality, Congressman Cramer Takes Calls

Podcast: Democratic State House Candidate Brandon Medenwald Talks Net Neutrality, Congressman Cramer Takes Calls

Brandon Medenwald, a candidate for the state House in Fargo’s District 41, joined the radio show today to discuss net neutrality regulations. He also discussed the challenges of applying state sales taxes to online sales. Congressman Kevin Cramer also joined for his weekly open phones segment and took questions from callers. The full audio of

North Dakota Democrats Outraged When the Federal Government Does a Rare Thing: Give Back Power

Yesterday a rare thing happened in our federal government. It gave back some power. Specifically, the FCC’s repeal of Obama-era net neutrality regulations began. It’s not very often we see the federal government voluntarily give up regulatory authority like that, and it’s something to be applauded. Not happy about the move, unfortunately, was a group

Audio: Kevin Cramer Says Current Net Neutrality Rules Give the Government a “Monopoly” Over the Internet

I had Congressman Kevin Cramer on my radio show today for our weekly open phones segment, and the talk focused on the net neutrality issue. Today was an internet “day of action” – backed largely by left-wing groups, many with ties to progressive money man George Soros – protesting proposed changes to the rules by

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