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Mother Resister 🗽⚖️✊🏻 Jun 13
So is over. AT&T buys Time Warner. Comcast buys Fox. What could possibly go wrong?
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Brad Jun 14
When will this shit end?!!!!!! 😡😡😡
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Connor Jun 15
We could actually win back IF we get the House of Reps' vote on the subject matter. WE CAN WIN THIS!!!
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Cheynne Moye #RedAlert Jun 14
Replying to @theone01299
The FCC’s repeal kicked in Monday. But the House of Representatives can still force a vote past leadership to overturn it.
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Briar Denmark Jun 13
This week our country: -Threw children into cages -Legitimized Kim Jong Un -Destroyed -Ruled that millions of voters can be purged from voting rolls -Allowed AT&T to buy Time Warner -Decimated pre-existing condition protections -Voted for a White Supremacist in VA
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Fight for the Future 8h
STATEMENT: Led by corrupt Chairman Miguel Santiago (), California Democrats work with Republicans to gut bill
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Evan Jun 12
Day 2 of no : I have enough food, and supplies to last me the remainder of the month, but after that I will have to make a harrowing trip into town. If there is anyone out there, I can provide shelter. Stay alive.
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Farey™ (in a cursed deal) 2h
You know people keep talking about how and how it is a very big deal, but why aren't people talking about one of EU's antics to get rid of Article 13 that will ruin content creators and big online personas? Do something about it.
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Fact v Opinion Jun 19
Replying to @SantiagoAD53 @ATT
Corporate puppet, is selling out our children's futures for $43,900 from and other telecoms. Miguel Santiago's integrity was a cheap buy.
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Fight for the Future Jun 19
Retweet this so people know that is on the verge of selling us all out on . AT&T is one of his top donors. He thinks people don't really care about the free and open internet. Prove him wrong:
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Scott Wiener 7h
Replying to @kdeleon
Thank you, Senator , for partnering on this important effort. The fight isn’t over.
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Suna Key 2h
Today, California just lost the best bill SB822, and had it transformed to something null & void like Louisiana's legislation, thanks to assembly chairman Miguel Santiago stripping this in favor of his donor at&t. To me this was so devastating I fell in despair.
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Scott Wiener 7h
Our bill, , was gutted today by the Assembly Communications Committee, b/f I was allowed to present the bill & b/f public comment. The eviscerated bill was passed over my objection. CA should lead on net neutrality, not pass a toothless bill. My statement:
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Fight for the Future 9h
ACTION ALERT: In just six days, supporters are protesting the repeal of our Internet freedom. Sign up to attend or host your own:
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EFF 4h
In an overnight bait-and-switch carried out on behalf of AT&T and Comcast, California's gold standard bill has been mangled by hostile amendments. But the fight isn't over.
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Alyssa Milano Jun 17
As we are sharing info, resisting, organizing protests and watching our democrat leadership fight to keep families together, I want you to think of a world where certain people won’t have access to this information. This is what a world without would be like.
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Fight for the Future Jun 19
BREAKING: supporters are planning protests across the country on June 26th. Find one near you or sign up to host one:
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Fight for the Future Jun 18
STATEMENT: California Assembly members need to know: the whole Internet is watching as bills face key hearing this Wednesday:
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Alyssa Milano Jun 19
IMPORTANT: Everyone who cares about keeping the Internet free & open for all should be paying attention to California. , a bill to restore that’s facing a crucial committee hearing THIS WEDNESDAY Take action: (THREAD)
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sam 10h
ATTENTION PEOPLE. IS IN MAJOR DANGER IN CALIFORNIA. PLEASE CALL.
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