A Colorado bill that would strip funding from internet service providers that don’t abide by net neutrality standards is headed to Gov. Jared Polis, who’s likely to sign it.

The Colorado House April 4 gave final approval to S.B. 78, which passed the Senate March 6. Polis (D) has expressed support for the bill and is expected to make it law within 10 days, according to the office of Rep. Leslie Herod (D), one of the bill’s primary sponsors.

The bill would disqualify internet service providers from receiving grants from the state’s High Cost Support Mechanism, which was designed...