Rep. Blackburn Wants to Defund Net Neutrality Rules
May 30, 2015
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) is vowing to use the appropriations process to try and block implementation of new FCC net neutrality rules.
That would be a tough ask on short order given that absent a court stay — and even with a stay, cable and telco operators argue — rules go into effect June 12.
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