CenturyLink sues FCC over net neutrality; Oregon looks to change tax laws for Google Fiber

More cable industry news from around the web:

> CenturyLink is suing the FCC over its net neutrality rules. Story

> Atlantic Broadband has announced expansion of services into Barnwell Country, S.C. Story

> Comcast has announced a new 250 Mbps broadband tier for its California customers. Press release

> The FCC promoted Alison Neplokh to deputy chief technologist. Story

> FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has named Gigi Sohn counselor to the chairman. Story

> The Alaska chapter of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers has been named the org's Chapter of the Year. Story

And finally … The Oregon government has moved to address Google Fiber's concerns about state tax laws. Story

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