The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Friday declined to block California’s net neutrality law, dealing another blow to a broadband industry trying to scuttle states’  regulations.

Writing for a unanimous panel, Senior Ninth Circuit Judge Mary Murphy Schroeder said that when the Federal Communication Commission in 2018 reclassified broadband internet services as “information services,” the agency lost the legal authority to regulate them to the degree that it did when they were deemed telecommunications.