Bill to Save the Internet, Preserve Net Neutrality Passes House
Washington, DC, April 10, 2019
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Today, the House of Representatives passed the Save the Internet Act which restores net neutrality protections for consumers and small businesses, after the Trump Administration ended these vital protections last year. Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D-MI) is an original cosponsor of the legislation led by Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chairman Mike Doyle (D-PA).
Video of Dingell speaking on the Save the Internet Act during Committee hearings is available here.
The Save the Internet Act creates popular, bipartisan and targeted net neutrality protections, and codifies the FCC’s 2015 Open Internet Order similar to last year’s Congressional Review Act that passed the Senate and had bipartisan support in the House:
Dingell – a member of the Communications & Technology Subcommittee – is a steadfast advocate for protecting net neutrality and consumers’ digital protections. Last year, she spoke out against the FCC’s order to end net neutrality and led a resolution in the House that attempted to repeal the order.