To promote competition in Ohio and many other States you have the right to buy your gas or electricity from a large number of competitive suppliers. Let's call that "content." You pay a separate completely independent fee for the maintenance of gas lines and the electrical power grid as well as your peak capacity. Let's call that "network." You do not pay a premium or get a discount for network charges depending on which content you choose to move across the network. You already paid for your access to the network and the owner of the network does not have the right to discriminate against or favor any content provider. If they tried to charge more for one content over another that would be considered a restraint on competition.
Given this well-established legal/regulatory precedent in gas and electricity networks, where previous monopolies were broken up by separating network charges from content charges, please explain why internet networks should have the right to "go backwards" and discriminate either for or against any content provider.