Tell Congress to Act
The FCC passed Chairman Ajit Pai’s Net Neutrality-eradicating, Internet-killing rules on a hyperpartisan vote last year.
But Congress can still act. Tell them to stop Pai’s rules before they’re started.
Here’s how it works: Congress can reverse recently-passed regulations under the terms of the “Congressional Review Act,” or CRA. Given the outcry from Republicans, Democrats, and everyone in between -- and the enormous danger Pai’s order poses to the Internet and its users -- we think it’s appropriate for Congress to invoke this tactic.
The Senate just passed the CRA and now we need the House to do the same.
The more members of Congress hear from you -- their constituent -- the more they’ll want to join the amazing wave of opposition that’s showing no signs of slowing.
Urge your member of Congress to oppose Pai’s rules now.
Dear Members of Congress:
Republicans, Democrats, and everyone in between -- from all around the country -- are outraged at the enormous danger Pai’s Net Neutrality-eradicating order poses to the Internet and its users.
I urge you to utilize the Congressional Review Act to reverse these damaging rules and restore the Internet back to its rightful owners -- its users.