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Scott Dworkin Jan 16
We need one more yes vote for ! Call! All numbers begin 202-224: Graham 5971 Cassidy 5824 Capito 6472 Murkowski 6665 Gardner 5941 Flake 4521 McCain 2235 Portman 3353 Alexander 4944 Barrasso 6441 Blunt 5721 Boozman 4843 Burr 3154 Cochran 5054 Corker 3344 Cornyn 2934
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Ed Markey Jan 16
One. More. Vote. With the support of just one more Republican Senator we can pass my CRA to restore . Help us win this. We need your Senators to stand up for a free and open Internet.
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Eric Schneiderman Jan 16
: I’m leading 22 AGs and filing suit today to stop the ’s illegal rollback of . We can’t stand by and watch one of the greatest tools for democracy ever created be turned into a private playground for the rich and powerful.
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Doug Jones Jan 16
Today I signed on to protect . It's the right thing to do for Alabama consumers & our small businesses.
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Scott Dworkin Jan 17
.-If you wanna take a REAL stance against Trump, commit to being the 51st vote in support of . Your votes speak louder than your words.
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Michael F. Bennet Jan 17
We only need one more Republican senator to pass a CRA to restore . RT to spread the word & help us secure that final vote.
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Amy Klobuchar Jan 17
Need just *one* more senator to pass our bill in the Senate to restore —the first step to overturn the FCC's decision & protect consumers & small businesses. The fight isn’t over. Add your name to show your support for a fair/open internet:
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Eric Schneiderman Jan 17
Can you imagine us repealing environmental regulations because some big corporations say, “Hey, we promise not to pollute again?” That's exactly what the did with . But we’re suing to stop them.
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ESSENCE Jan 17
Senate Democrats are one member away from overturning the Federal Communication Commission’s decision to repeal .
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💞Venus💞 Jan 17
isn't a partisan issue It's not Democrats vs Republicans It's not Liberals vs Conservatives It's not women vs men It's not black vs white It's not old vs young It's almost every US citizen vs a few big greedy companies
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Bill Nelson Jan 16
has overwhelming public support, and now we are only one vote shy of reversing the FCC’s egregious net neutrality repeal in the Senate! With your help, we can restore the free and open internet.
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Senator Jack Reed Jan 16
The Trump Admin’s repeal benefits big telecoms, but threatens free speech & consumers’ wallets. Restoring net neutrality should be a bipartisan priority. So far, 50 US Senators are on board. We need at least 51 to win the vote in the Senate.
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Ed Markey 19h
My CRA to restore is ONE Republican away from having the votes to pass in the Senate. We need you to raise the pressure even more! Make your voice heard NOW – online, on the phones, in your community – & tell your Senator to fight for a free & open Internet.
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Alyssa Milano Jan 15
Update: The Senate's push to overrule the FCC now has 50 votes, Democrats say. 1 vote shy of the 51 required to pass a Senate resolution of disapproval.
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Sheldon Whitehouse Jan 16
.’s decision to repeal was a blow to a free & fair internet for all Americans. Good news is, all 49 + 1 Republican are fighting to overturn this decision. Now, we need 1 more Republican to vote YES on the net neutrality CRA. Help us spread the word!
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Scott Dworkin Jan 15
We are now only one vote short in the Senate from reaching the 51 we need to override the FCC vote on . Tomorrow morning please call as many Republican Senators as you can. Focus on swing states first. We got this.
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Our Revolution Jan 16
30 Senators have now signed on to a resolution to force a vote to repeal . Corporations shouldn't get to slow down or block web traffic to whatever websites they choose.
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Kamala Harris Jan 16
We need just one more vote in the Senate. This is a winnable fight.
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Tulsi Gabbard Jan 17
The American people's support for is clear. Congress must empower their voices, protect their rights to fairness and equality, and reject the FCC's corporate-backed vote.
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Chuck Schumer Jan 16
When we force a vote on our CRA, Republicans in Congress will – for the first time -- have the opportunity to right the administration’s wrong & show the American people whose side they’re on: big ISPs & major corp OR consumers, entrepreneurs, & small biz owners.
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