Violating Constitutional Separation of Powers is American Library Association's Latest Move for Net Neutrality

I have a problem when people feel the need to call for the violation of the US Constitution to advocate for net neutrality. I mean if it were so good, an honest argument would be used, no? See:

"Violating Constitutional Separation of Powers is American Library Association's Latest Move for Net Neutrality"

This is a library issue not seen before, to my knowledge. So I hope it adds to LISNews's diversity.

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