Ban on Internet rate regulation heading for House vote
April 8, 2016
Legislation to prevent the Federal Communications Commission from using its net neutrality rules to regulate the rates that companies charge customers for Internet service appears heading toward a House vote next week.
The House Rules Committee next Tuesday will set up procedures for voting on the bill on the House floor.
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