Senate backs measure to stop FCC from ending Net Neutrality

The Senate on Wednesday approved a resolution intended to reverse the Federal Communications Commission’s move to deregulate the Internet.
The effort came weeks before the new rules were set to kick in on June 11.
Edward Markey (D-Mass.) called the vote a victory for democracy and the economy, according to The Washington Post.

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