We’ve got less than a month to push the House to get its act together and pass the Net Neutrality Congressional Review Act to restore the open-internet rules.
This is our last, best chance save Net Neutrality: Urge the House to pass the Net Neutrality CRA before it’s too late.
The clock is running out on 2018 and Congress has about a month left to overturn the FCC’s bad Net Neutrality repeal.
As much as we’re looking forward to welcoming in a House of Representatives in 2019 with more women and women of color than ever before, we need to pass the Net Neutrality Congressional Review Act (CRA) before the new Congress is sworn in.
Our last, best chance to save Net Neutrality this year all depends on the House of Representatives. Tell the House to restore the Title II Net Neutrality rules before it’s too late.
The House needs to follow in the Senate’s footsteps1 and pass the CRA resolution to undo the FCC’s open-internet repeal by the end of the year.
Once this happens, the 2015 Net Neutrality rules will be restored, and ISPs like AT&T and Verizon won’t be able to do things like throttle video to drive users to more expensive plans. According to new research, this is exactly what these companies are doing right now.2
We need to remind House members that if they don’t pass the CRA, they’ll be sitting on the wrong side of history. Today tens of thousands of people will put pressure on the House to do the right thing and pass the Net Neutrality CRA before the end of the year — join them.
Saving Net Neutrality is crucial to preserving civil rights online. The open internet is where movements are born, where communities often ignored or stereotyped by mainstream media can tell their own stories, and where families, friends and people who might have never before connected can join together.
Thanks for all that you do—
Lucia, Candace, Dutch and the rest of the Free Press Action team
Sun 19 May 2019 6:27 PM