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Senate Dems Call For Swift FCC Action On Net Neutrality

February 11, 2014

A group of Senate Democrats and longtime fans of the FCC's network neutrality rules are pushing FCC chairman Tom Wheeler to come up with new regs that will pass court muster.

 


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