Americans pay some of the highest Internet rates in the world. So why did the U.S. House of Representatives just pass H.R. 2666?
The bill, which now heads to the Senate, is so broadly written that it could strip the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of its ability to act on consumer complaints about price gouging and other unjust practices. It’s a direct attack on the historic net neutrality consumer protections the FCC just approved.
Back in February, you sent thousands of messages to Congress against H.R. 2666. Now, unfortunately, we need to fight it at the U.S. Senate.