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AT&T and Comcast lawsuit has nullified a city’s broadband foe law

ATT and Comcast have assured a sovereign judge to stop an bidding that was designed to bring some-more broadband foe to Nashville, Tennessee.

The Nashville Metro Council last year upheld a “One Touch Make Ready” sequence that gives Google Fiber or other new ISPs faster entrance to application poles. The bidding lets a singular company make all of the required handle adjustments on application poles itself, instead of having to wait for obligatory providers like ATT and Comcast to send work crews to pierce their own wires.

ATT and Comcast sued the metro supervision in US District Court in Nashville, claiming that sovereign and internal laws preempt the One Touch Make Ready rule. Judge Victoria Roberts concluded with ATT and Comcast in a statute released Tuesday.

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