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Congress Needs to Stick to the Facts on Net Neutrality


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Congress Needs to Stick to the Facts on Net Neutrality

WASHINGTON - On Tuesday, Congress will convene the first of five hearings on the FCC’s new Net Neutrality rules. The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing, “FCC Process: Examining the Relationship Between the FCC and the White House,” is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.

On Feb. 26, the FCC voted to reclassify broadband access under Title II of the Communications Act — the step needed to provide real Net Neutrality protections for Internet users.

Free Press Action Fund Policy Director Matt Wood made the following statement:

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