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California Internet service providers are starting to figure out they can't fight their battles against Pacific Bell in the marketplace alone.
ISPs recently gathered in Santa Rosa for the First Annual California Internet Services Providers Association conference, where concerns over their future turned the group's attention to the political arena.
The attending ISPs signed letters to legislators and the California Public Utilities Commission. They also committed to future political action against what they characterize as the Baby Bells' bid to remonopolize the telecom market.
At the top of the ISPs political agenda is killing the …