Government price controls are never a good idea. They stifle innovation, deprive companies of profit, lower wages for workers of said companies, and curtail sales pricing which benefit consumers. We already subsidize broadband in "underserved" communities by federal fiat, artificially inflating the price we pay our providers. Companies are incentivized to provide outstanding service by the potential for profit. Consumers need to realize that we get what we pay for, and sometimes flank steak will have to do when we want fillet. Perhaps Congress would be interested in regulating speaking fees and salaries of former members. No? Didn't think so.