Senate Democrats are forcing a vote on a resolution Wednesday to nullify the Federal Communications Commission's rollback of net neutrality, which is scheduled to take place next month. At least one Republican – Sen. Susan Collins – is likely to join Democrats in voting to overturn the FCC's controversial decision. The vote is unlikely to derail the FCC's repeal of Obama-era rules that restrict Internet service providers' ability to slow down or speed up users' access to specific websites and apps. But the pending rule is also being challenged in federal court. While the Senate's resolution (formal name: S.J. Res. 52) will likely succeed, the measure would need House approval and President Trump's signature before it could actually dismantle the...
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Senate Set To Vote On Overturning FCC's Net Neutrality Repeal