Hopefully this bodes well for those who understand the unnecessary, business killing regulation labeled as some sort of "equalizer" is an answer to an issue that doesn't exist.
That's where Verizon filed its challenge to the net neutrality regulations, which govern how Internet providers provide access. The telecom giant argues that the Federal Communications Commission has no authority to regulate such issues.
Other groups, which take the opposite view and argue that the FCC didn't go far enough, filed lawsuits in five other courts. Those will all be combined and heard in the D.C. court, which was chosen randomly in a lottery system overseen by a panel of judges.
We'll keep you posted.