Here is a summary: Time Warner is complaining that Google has an unfair advantage over other ISPs for trying to get Google Fiber into Kansas City. Insofar, other ISP companies have been irritated that Google has begun the process of getting Google Fiber into Kansas City.
There are some hypocritical statements at play here.
1: ISPs are already given government subsidies to build better infrastructure. Some cities and more rural areas have not seen that subsidy gone to any use. Some rural communities near where I live don't even get 56k let alone an internet connection.
2: Due to the government, ISPs that have bought neighborhoods where they can stake their ISP essentially have a monopoly in the neighborhood they serve. This means that even though I want a different service provider besides AT&T, I am not allowed to because it is my only ISP in this spot.
The notion that there is an unfair advantage because the city is giving Google the ability to place fiber around Kansas City, while the other ISPs have wasted $1.2 trillion dollar in subsidies while not even touching fiber is one of the biggest hypocritical statements there is when it comes to an ISP company of any kind.