House GOP Leadership Calls For FCC To Abandon Proposed Net Neutrality Regulation
May 14, 2014
Ahead of tomorrow’s vote on the consideration of new net neutrality rules, House GOP leaders today published a letter to the FCC’s Chairman Tom Wheeler, pushing back against regulating the Internet, especially in the context of reclassifying broadband access as a utility on Title II authority.
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