Consensus Grows For Congress To Protect Open Internet

Wide Agreement That Bipartisan, Comprehensive Legislation Is The Best Path Forward Broad Consensus Builds For Congress To Create Bipartisan Legislative Approach To Protect Open & Free Internet: A Survey Of Voters From Across The Country Found An Overwhelming 87 Percent Of Voters Support A Legislative Approach That Would Set Clear Rules For The Protection Of […]


Statement On U.S. Senate Vote To Reinstate Public Utility Treatment of ISPs Through the Congressional Review Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Broadband for America issued the following statement concerning the U.S. Senate’s vote today on a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to reinstate public utility treatment of ISPs: “There should be no doubt that the broadband industry is fully committed to an open internet and we have repeatedly stated and consistently demonstrated our […]



Boston Globe: The Real Reason the Net Neutrality Fight Goes On

By Hiawatha Bray Remember when the Trump administration decided in December to eliminate those “net neutrality” Internet rules issued by the Obama administration in 2015? Well, those rules aren’t quite dead yet. On Wednesday, the US Senate voted to revive them. This bill, overwhelmingly supported by Democrats, will almost certainly be defeated in the GOP-dominated […]


The Small Business & Economic Council’s Statement on the CRA

The United States Senate is expected to vote on a congressional review act (CRA) resolution to overturn the Federal Communications Commission’s “Restoring Internet Freedom” order, and the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council (SBE Council) is urging Senators to reject the move as it will burden small providers, small businesses, and consumers with new costs and […]