Republicans Back Resolution to Block Net Rules

April 13, 2015

Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) has introduced a Resolution of Disapproval that, if passed in both houses and not blocked by the president, would invalidate the Federal Communications Commission's new network-neutrality order, which takes effect 60 days from today (April 13), the day it was published in the Federal Register. That is the same time frame legislators have to pass the resolution and get it signed by the president.

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