Another attack on the Internet

7 Nov
The Senate is voting to kill Net Neutrality on TUESDAY — it’s a power grab by big Telecom so they can control what information you’re able to access online.
Will you urge your Senators to stand strong and fight back?  Just click here.
According to Free Press:

The Senate is expected to vote next week on a resolution of disapproval that would strip the FCC of the authority to enforce its Open Internet rules, and would render null all existing protection for Internet users. The vote could be incredibly tight.

The resolution only needs a simple majority to pass, so the future of Net Neutrality could come down to the whims of a handful of senators.

And as The Hill newspaper noted, “Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) said she will push for a Senate vote on a resolution of disapproval to negate the regulations….A similar vote passed the House earlier this year but stalled in the Senate.”
Just click here to urge your Senators to stand strong and fight back — It’ll only take a second.
Thanks,
The Demand Progress team.
PS: Please help us kill this power-grab by big Telecom by asking your friends to join the effort:

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