The government makes regulation, and their regulation left it to the media company to determine equal access.The command to "afford equal access", and the regulations regarding what constitutes "equal" IS government control. If you can't at least acknowledge that there's little point in continuing the discussion.
So the government neither encouraged or prejudiced any particular political voice. If that happened, it was an act of the media company.
A party with an adverse action by the media company could file a complaint with the government.
Yep. And if media company fails to appease the state, fails to prove that they provided "equal" access, they'll face punitive measures.
And just what are the rules for who is eligible for this "equal" access? - again, this is control.
Regardless, you should be happy with the screeching of the Trumpsters. They want the same thing you do. The Florida law is more or less the same thing as the old equal time rules, applied to social media. The converging goals here are going to dovetail much like the way ACA went down. Dems borrowed a bad idea, signed into law by a Republican governor, and made it a national mandate. They're poised to do it again.