Iowa AG joins net neutrality lawsuit

Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller is now part of a lawsuit seeking to stop net neutrality rules from being repealed.  The FCC repealed the rules last month, but 21 states and Washington, DC filed a lawsuit yesterday to stop the FCC's action.  Miller says the U.S. economy depends on access to the internet that isn't restricted.  Miller also cited the effect repealing the rules would have on rural Iowa, saying it would be adversely affected because there isn't a choice for many when it comes to who provides internet access.