Senate Dems demand net neutrality protections
December 22, 2014
Senate Democrats urged Republicans to “preserve net neutrality principles” in the 114th Congress. “To the extent that any Communications Act reforms are considered in the next Congress, those reforms must be fully consistent with and protective of net neutrality principle,” 11 senators wrote to the incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.).
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