House GOP lawmaker readies measure to block internet rules
April 8, 2015
Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) is slated to introduce a resolution of disapproval to block new net neutrality rules when lawmakers return from recess next Tuesday.
Collins first vowed to make the move after the Federal Communications Commission approved the regulations in February, but he had to wait until the rules were finalized and formally passed along to Congress.
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