Two good pieces prognosticating what may / could / should happen after next Tuesday’s Midterm results.
The first from the Washington Post (“After midterms, net neutrality could take a hit”), outlines what may occur with “strong Republicans gains in Congress”. Though the piece focuses on the stall that is the present Net Neutrality debate, it also looks at broader techpolicy issues, such as privacy and the Comcast merger, among others, lingering here in Washington.
Similar to this, Jim DeLong and Garland McCoy (in an AEI article “Tea Party Tech Policy”) have far reaching techpolicy (and other economic) advice for the Representatives entering Congress after next week’s election. This is well worth the brief read.