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American Library Association Jun 11
Libraries, our patrons, and our communities depend on a free and open internet for research, learning and information sharing. Along with 100+ orgs, ALA urges the Senate to hold vote on and restore .
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Rep. Eric Swalwell Jun 11
86% of Americans agree across party lines that we need to restore . Over 2 months ago I voted for the but we are still waiting for action from . Raise your voice and tell the that you want a vote now.
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Elizabeth Warren Jun 11
The House passed the Act to restore , & buried it in his legislative graveyard. The internet doesn’t belong to giant companies – it belongs to all of us. I’m joining & to demand a vote for a free & open internet.
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Jun 11
Over 85% of Americans agree that we need to restore rules. It's been more than 2 months since passed the Act - yet refuses to take action. We must keep up the fight for a free and open internet!
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Rep. Barbara Lee Jun 11
Leader McConnell, it has been 2 MONTHS since the House passed the Act. The American people are waiting for you to call a vote to restore !
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Lauren Underwood Jun 11
It’s been more than 2 months since the House passed the Act - and the Senate has yet to take action. We cannot wait any longer to restore !
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Demand Progress Jun 11
AMAZING! advocates turned out BIG on Capitol Hill today to deliver 3.5 million petitions and comments to in support of strong open internet protections It's TIME — McConnell must allow a vote now on the Act to restore crucial protections!
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Chris Van Hollen Jun 11
Democracy reform, gun background checks, climate action. McConnell is turning the Senate into a legislative graveyard and today, he buried another bill: . Speak out and demand a vote on the Act, which will restore a free and open internet.
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EFF Jun 11
Today is the one year anniversary of the day the FCC's repeal went into effect. Since the repeal, we've seen lawsuits, state action, and a preview of what an Internet without protections will look like.
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Senate Democrats Jun 11
We can’t let McConnell just leave in his legislative graveyard. Watch Senate Democrats demand a vote on the Senate floor on the Act to restore a free and open internet.
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Geoffrey Starks Jun 11
I support the Act because is too important to be taken for granted. It elevates unheard voices, gives vitality to businesses large and small, and enriches our shared culture. I thank those speaking out today and gladly add my voice to the chorus.
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Tammy Duckworth Jun 11
Two years ago today, the Trump Administration began an attack on by repealing consumer protections nationwide. All internet users should have a level playing field where NO content is favored, slowed or blocked—which is why I’ll continue working to .
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Greg Palast Jun 11
Today, supporters in the Senate will try to force a vote on the Save the Internet Act. To raise awareness and put pressure on our representatives to actually represent us, we’re participating in an all day . Join us!
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Jessica Rosenworcel Jun 11
The decision to roll back went into effect a year ago today. But it's not over. The American people are not done fighting for an open internet. I'm proud to stand with them in that fight. Let's not stop until net neutrality is once again the law of the land.
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Ed Markey Jun 11
Senate Democrats demand Leader McConnell bring legislation to restore to the floor for an immediate vote
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Baratunde Jun 11
IMPORTANT: Congress is about consider restoring . But telecom lobbyists are acting to kill it. Join the protest and take action .
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Senator Patty Murray Jun 11
Today marks 1 year since the ’s repeal of went into effect & changed the internet as we know it. The Act could fix it but Republican leaders are ignoring millions of Americans and letting the bill die in the legislative graveyard.
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Sheldon Whitehouse Jun 11
Without , internet providers can slow down or block the web content you want while favoring other stuff that makes them more money. That’s not fair. Tell it’s time to vote on the to restore net neutrality NOW.
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EFF Jun 11
Replying to @EFF
Governors of some states—including Montana, New York, New Jersey, Hawaii, and Vermont—have used executive orders to promote
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Demand Progress Jun 11
More than 1 million people watched the House pass the Act. It’s up to the Senate now to pass a bill to restore and broadband protections for all Americans. The whole Internet is watching at
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