I’ve written before about the danger of net neutrality and its threat to free speech. Unfortunately, last December the FCC passed new net neutrality regulations despite significant opposition.  A little over a week ago the FCC finally published the new rules in the Federal Register starting a 60 day comment period before they become law on November 20.  It is imperative that we keep this from happening.

The House has passed a resolution (H.J.R. 37) that will nullify the new regulations.  The Senate has 51 days left to act.  They must pass the joint resolution and get it to President Obama’s desk.  Opposition to net neutrality is bipartisan and will put a lot of pressure on the President to sign.

So what can you do?

Call your Senator and ask him to move to pass the same resolution (H.J.R. 37) and stop the federal government’s takeover of the internet!


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