California tests limits of state power, from internet to boardrooms

"But Stanford law Professor Barbara van Schewick said that because the FCC disavowed its power to regulate internet service providers’ behavior in the December order, it cannot turn around and say states can’t regulate them either.

“If the FCC doesn’t have authority to adopt net neutrality rules, then it can’t prevent the states from adopting their own net neutrality rules,” van Schewick said."