We’re facing a major deadline in the fight to save Net Neutrality. The House has one last chance to follow the Senate’s lead and take action to preserve a free and open internet before the end of this session.
The deadline is just days away, so we have to act fast to make Republican leaders in the House feel the heat.
Enforceable net neutrality rules have protected consumers from profit-driven internet service providers. But last year the Republican-controlled FCC voted to repeal them.
If the House doesn’t act, internet providers will slow down service to websites that can’t afford to compete with big corporations, and they’ll nickel and dime consumers.
That’s bad for small businesses and bad for American families.
The deadline is just days away, so we need another 20,000 people to sign this petition in the next 48 hours to turn up the pressure on House Republicans — will you stand with me to protect a free and open internet?