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Senate Set to Consider Discharge Petition on Net Neutrality

On May 9, Massachussetts Democrat Ed Markey, the ranking member on the Commerce Subcommittee on Competitiveness, introduced a discharge… read more

On May 9, Massachussetts Democrat Ed Markey, the ranking member on the Commerce Subcommittee on Competitiveness, introduced a discharge petition regarding the Federal Communications Commission's rules on net neutrality. Senate Democrats now have the votes to force debate and a vote on the issue, which is expected to take place Wednesday. Democrats argue that the new rules give too much power to Internet service providers at the expense of consumers. The discharge petition is being brought to the floor through the Congressional Review Act (CRA). close

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Senate Set to Consider Discharge Petition on Net Neutrality

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