Senate Passes Resolution to Reinstate Net Neutrality Regulations

Headline Roundup May 16th, 2018

The Senate passed a resolution on Wednesday to overturn the FCC's recent repeal of Obama-era net neutrality regulations. Supporters of today's decision argue that the move is necessary to protect consumers from paying higher rates for slower service, as well as to safeguard the public from fake news. Critics say that fears of increasing costs are unfounded and that the vote is a political stunt, as it is unlikely to pass in the House.

Senate Passes Resolution to Reinstate Net Neutrality Regulations

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The Senate approved a resolution Wednesday to nullify the Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rollback, dealing a symbolic blow to the FCC's new rule that remains on track to take effect next month.

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