In a blog posted on National Review’s “The Corner” Grover distinguishes the role governors must play in combating the federal government’s vast spending spree. “At the state level, Republican governors can use the present overspending crisis to demand radical reforms rather than tax hikes to pay for overspending or minor/one-time cuts in spending that do not address systemic overspending.”

Kelly W. Cobb the executive director of ATR’s Digital Liberty Project published an op-ed in The Washington Times on how regulation by another name is still regulation. There is zero policy consensus on this regulatory power grab. Net Neutrality 2.0 does not address the initial opposition from free-market think tanks, businesses, minority groups, workers unions and others who argue that regulating networks – regardless of how it is implemented – would have a devastating impact on investment and expansion of broadband.”