Lawmakers are considering a resolution of disapproval that - if passed - will stop Pai’s Net Neutrality order from coming into effect. Ever. The Congressional Review Act (CRA) lets our representatives overturn decisions by agencies like the FCC - that’s why we need to push Congress to make it happen.
In the Senate, the resolution already has over 50 supporters - that’s all the Senate Democrats and Independents, along with Republican Susan Collins. Getting the CRA resolution through the House is going to be harder; 20 Republicans need to support the resolution for it to have a chance. But we know that net neutrality isn’t a partisan issue outside of DC.
That’s where you come in. We know that public pressure can move Congress to do the right thing - the key is to show up.
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