From the AT&T release Adam linked to:
"It is critical to underscore that new technologies like VoIP in no way substitute for the important, pro-competitive local phone policies established by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities -- policies that are helping to keep phone bills down for New Jersey residents," said J. Michael Schweder, president-AT&T New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Let's see, VoIP is not a substitute for UNE-P, so be sure to keep that, but don't regulate this new technology. Nice. I foresee a Jim Glassman article on the wonders of 'net neutrality' in the near-future.