House Endorses Net Neutrality, but the Outlook Remains Dim
Publisher |
WIRED
Publication Date |
Apr 15, 2019
Episode Duration |
00:04:14
Legislation to restore the Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules passed a big hurdle Wednesday. But it’s far from becoming law, and faces long odds. The House of Representatives approved the bill in a 232 to 190 vote. No Democrats voted against the bill. Representative Bill Posey of Florida was the only Republican to vote in favor of it.

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