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Fight for the Future Apr 19
The fight now moves to the Senate, where we’ll have to fight tooth and nail to bring the Act to a vote.
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Rep. Eric Swalwell Apr 10
Today, I voted yes to pass the Act, to restore and ensure a free and open internet for ALL.
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Nancy Pelosi Apr 10
BREAKING: Keeping our campaign promises for the people, House Democrats have taken action to restore and !
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Apr 10
The repeal of poses a serious threat to innovation and free expression online. I’m proud to stand with and today to and bring the power back to the people.
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Adam Schiff Apr 10
Last year, the FCC rolled back , allowing internet providers to slow down or speed up content, benefitting large corporations at the expense of individuals and small businesses. Just voted for the Act to make sure the internet is open equally to all.
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James E. Clyburn Apr 10
Access to the internet means we must also have 100% rural broadband deployment. The internet provides access to education, health care, employment, and more. Without access, entire communities are being left behind.
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Ed Markey Apr 9
Millions of Americans have raised their voices to fight for the free and open internet and listened: the House will soon vote to advance the Save The Internet Act, putting us one step closer to restoring .
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EFF Apr 10
Today, the House of Representatives passed the Act, which would give the majority of Americans what they want: strong protections. It's time to tell the Senate to follow suit!
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Rep. Barbara Lee Apr 10
Free and open internet = access without blocking, throttling, or paid prioritization. I voted YES on the Act to restore rules because consumers – not service providers – should control what you can access online!
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Rep. Ted Lieu Apr 10
The fight for a free and open internet moves to the Senate now that the House passed the Save the Internet Act. Thank you to all who fought to and make a reality for American consumers!
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Rep. Katie Porter Apr 12
Replying to @RepKatiePorter
My amendment to the Act requires the FCC to document the enforcement actions it has taken against internet service providers that break the law. The FCC needs to act as the cop on the beat when these companies misbehave.
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Senator Gary Peters Apr 10
The House just voted to advance the Save The Internet Act. Just last Congress, the Senate voted to save with bipartisan support. The Majority Leader should put this legislation to a vote immediately.
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Ed Markey Apr 10
The House just voted to restore ! Now the ball is in ’s hands. : stop doing the bidding of massive broadband corporations, listen to the American people, and bring the Save The Internet Act to the floor for a vote.
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Elijah E. Cummings Apr 10
The internet must remain open and accessible to everyone! In March, I cosponsored the Act, and today I was proud to help pass the bill to restore protections that defend consumers and small businesses from abusive corporate practices.
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Mike Doyle Apr 10
After the FCC ignored millions of comments in support of , the American people have finally been heard! Today’s passage of the Act puts us one step closer to restoring the free and open internet. On to the Senate!
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Lindsay Stern Apr 10
. just spoke on the for Act: "We didn't come to DC to represent companies. We came here to represent the American people! And 86% of American people said they want these rules restored." Thank you !
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Rep. Barbara Lee Apr 11
The internet is one of the greatest inventions in human history. The House acted yesterday to ensure consumers control what they access online – not providers. It’s time for McConnell to listen to the people and pass the Act.
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PEN America Apr 10
Replying to @PENamerican
TODAY, Congress takes a major step to when the House votes on HR 1644. The . continues to receive overwhelming bipartisan support -- 4 in 5 Americans support net neutrality, including 77% of Republicans
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Kamala Harris Mar 27
Congress needs to reverse the FCC’s misguided decision to repeal net neutrality protections. Let’s not waste another second longer to pass the Act, restore net neutrality, and keep the internet open and accessible for all Americans.
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Fight for the Future Apr 10
Everyone needs to call right now and ask her what the heck she's doing. She is the ONLY Democrat in the Senate who hasn't cosponsored the act to restore Even Republican says he supports it. C'mon.
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