Los Angeles Times: Survey says: Voters Back Comprehensive Legislation to Protect Open Internet

By Bill McInturff & David Binder With the Federal Communications Commission’s Restoring Internet Freedom Order soon going into effect, rhetoric by net neutrality activists has reached a fever pitch. Organizers have held protests, while states and localities have attempted net neutrality laws of their own. Democrats in Congress are using a legislative maneuver known as […]



Florida Today: Congress Must Work On Comprehensive Internet Reform Bill

By Kathleen Abernathy The collective palls of scandal (and alleged scandal), impasse and hyper-partisanship  in the nation’s capital may have many voters thinking of the Beltway as a dysfunctional wasteland. But in reality, much of the machinery of government is, in fact, going full throttle trying to create jobs, spur growth, and protect consumers. But […]


Albuquerque Journal: Hasty Action Not The Way To Go

By Rosa Mendoza Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle agree about the need for strong protections that ensure a free and open Internet for all. In December 2017, the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal 1930s-era regulations known as Title II, which were applied to the Internet in 2015 and led to diminished investment […]