Ohio GOP ends attempt to ban municipal broadband after protest from residents | Ars Technica

Lawmakers apparently relented to public pressure from supporters of municipal broadband and cities and towns that operate the networks. People and businesses from Fairlawn, where the city-run FairlawnGig network offers fiber Internet, played a significant role in the protests. FairlawnGig itself asked users to put pressure on lawmakers, and the subscribers did so in great numbers.

I'm still salty that we even have to have this conversation as previously noted