Top GOP senator: Net neutrality budget riders unlikely

November 4, 2015

A net neutrality policy rider to limit the new regulations is unlikely to make it into a omnibus spending bill to fund the government, according to Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R-S.D.).

"I would think so, just because it would be so controversial," Thune, a member of leadership, told reporters when asked if the likelihood was slim.

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