Minnesota States With Explicit Roadblocks Class action potential here as well.

  • Minnesota States With Explicit Roadblocks Class action potential here as well.

    Posted by Michael on August 11, 2021 at 6:37 am

    Minnesota

    Minn. Stat. Ann. § 237.19; Minn. Stat. Ann. § 429.021

    Minnesota state laws require municipal governments proposing to offer telecommunications exchange to obtain a referendum “super majority” of 65% of voters to proceed. Municipal governments are able to construct, extend, improve and maintain facilities for Internet access only if the city council finds that the proposed broadband network and service will not compete with existing services provided by private telecom companies, or if such services are not and will not be available through private telecom companies in the foreseeable future.

    Municipal governments are able to construct, extend, improve and maintain facilities for Internet access only if the city council finds that the proposed broadband network and service will not compete with existing services provided by private telecom companies. This is corrupt Municipal legislation intended to protect the incumbent as a monopoly. Class action potential here as well.

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