Comprehensive Legislation Remains Best Way To Protect Net Neutrality

Date: September 24, 2018 Contact: [email protected] Comprehensive Legislation Remains Best Way To Protect Net Neutrality U.S. Senator John Thune Continues Call For Congress To Act On The Internet The United States is at a crossroads for Internet regulations and policy making.  As the Internet, technology and telecommunications expand rapidly, we have a responsibility to continue […]


Bloomberg BNA: Congress Needs to Put the Net Neutrality Debate to Rest to Help Close the Digital Divide

By: Hon. Rick Boucher A recent Congressional hearing underscored how many Senators remain deeply, even angrily, concerned about the low availability of high-speed internet access in rural America. From the tenor of the hearing, one would rightly conclude that the need for greater broadband deployment is the single most pressing internet policy issue of our […]



Bipartisan Voices Across U.S. Call For Comprehensive Internet Legislation

Bipartisan Voices Across U.S. Call For Comprehensive Internet Legislation Encourage Congress To Pass Permanent Net Neutrality Rules To Ensure Free & Open Internet Broadband Investment Is Growing Following Federal Communication Commission’s Repeal Of Title II Regulations: Between $72-74 Billion Were Invested Into Network Infrastructure By U.S. Broadband Companies In 2017.(Jonathan Spalter, “Broadband CapEx Investment Looking […]


The Daily Caller: Centrist Republicans Can Make Their Case By Enacting Permanent Net Neutrality Legislation

By Jeffrey Mazzella Amid a toxic political climate fraught with controversy and warring factions, centrist Republicans in Congress facing election across the country increasingly worry about being defined by positions they must take on today’s most divisive issues. This is particularly true where swing voters in their districts believe that Congress is accomplishing little of […]