Thank You to the House of Representatives for Voting to Undo the FCC’s Internet Net Neutrality Power Grab

April 8, 2011
Seton Motley

Less Government President and Editor in Chief Seton Motley applauds the United States House of Representatives for voting to undo the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)’s Internet Net Neutrality power grab.

The House this afternoon passed 240-179 a Congressional Review Act Resolution of Disapproval. Which would reverse the FCC’s unauthorized December 21st Net Neutrality order. Next up – the Senate.

Less Government President and Editor in Chief Seton Motley:

“The FCC violated the law and technological sanity with its December 21st Net Neutrality wired Internet power grab. We are grateful that the House of Representatives has taken this very necessary first step to begin to undo the order and rein in this obviously rogue Commission.

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