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Senate Votes to Overturn FCC Net Neutrality Decision

The Senate voted (52-47) today to reject the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to eliminate the agency’s Net Neutrality protections. All Senate Democrats and three Republicans – Senator Collins (ME), Sen. Murkowski (AK), and Sen. Kennedy (LA) – supported S.J.Res.52, which was introduced by Sen. Markey (MA) earlier this year. SETDA thanks these senators for voting to protect the interests of¬†schools and other broadband customers and strongly urges the U.S. House to approve the resolution, and send it to the president for his signature, before the Net Neutrality rules expire on June 11.

Commissioner Jessica Rosenwarcel’s Statement

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