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House, Senate Dems Propose Net Neutrality Bill

February 3, 2014

Reps. Henry Waxman and Anna Eshoo, both California Democrats, have introduced the Open Internet Preservation Act, which would reinstate the FCC's anti-blocking and anti-discrimination rules until the commission can figure out how to reinstate them. Senate Commerce Committee member Ed Markey (D-Mass.) is introducing the Senate version.


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