The FCC Repeals Net Neutrality

. . . so, we have to Battle for the Net!

The FCC just voted to gut net neutrality rules, letting Internet providers like Verizon and Comcast control what we can see and do online with new fees, throttling, and censorship. But we can still get Congress to stop this—by passing a “Resolution of Disapproval” to overturn the FCC vote. We can win. Write and call Congress now!

Congress can overrule the FCC vote. This is how.

The FCC vote to destroy the Net Neutrality protections on Dec. 14 should not stand.

Text BATTLE to 384-387 to contact Congress and stop the FCC.

Write to your elected representatives:

Dear Senator/Representative:

I’m calling on you to work with your colleagues to use the Congressional Review Act to pass a “resolution of disapproval” reversing the FCC’s vote.

The FCC’s Dec. 14 decision willfully ignored the outcry from tens of millions of people, and it abdicated the FCC’s responsibility to protect the internet from ISP blocking and discrimination. The FCC has injured our economy and free speech in just one action, all without so much as a single public hearing.

We need members of Congress to stand up for the open internet and for the digital civil rights of their constituents now. Please use the CRA to pass a Resolution of Disapproval to overturn the FCC’s December 14 “Restoring Internet Freedom” vote.

Thank you.

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Congress Can Overturn FCC Actions by Invoking the Congressional Review Act