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Here's what's next on net neutrality:

Net neutrality allows you to pay your internet access fee and then you get to go where you want, when you want, and how you want online.

But last week, the Federal Communications Commission voted to roll back net neutrality protections. I’m furious that they’ve ignored the tens of thousands of Americans – from small businesses and startups to consumer advocates and tech executives – who said NO to this repeal.

They’re playing into the hands of Big Cable making it possible for people with big wallets to get special deals. This could be a complete nightmare – with even higher prices and fewer choices.

Here’s what’s next:

State attorneys general, including Oregon’s Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum, are challenging the FCC decision to block or charge more for access to one website over another. I support their fight.

I’m calling on the FCC to cooperate with investigators looking into who committed the massive fraud that involved submitting millions of false comments to the FCC.

I’m still fighting back and urging Congress to reverse the FCC ruling.

Do not lose hope. This is not over. Keep up the fight!


Posted on December 21, 2017.

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