The Howard family from Tenino — or as Trump called it, “Ten-ee-no” — was among those invited to the president’s speech at the White House on Wednesday.
With a vote looming Thursday by the Federal Communications Commission to repeal Obama-era net neutrality rules, some lawmakers in Washington are trying to preserve protections for the state.
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