Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Tell Congress not to kill Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality is Under Attack

Don't let Congress break the Internet by dismantling Net Neutrality — share this video to raise the alarm.Take action here: https://www.battleforthenet.com/?call_tool=1

Posted by Fight For The Future on Tuesday, November 24, 2015

From Free Press Action Fund:

Some members of Congress are exploiting the quiet workweek by sneaking bad Net Neutrality riders into a must-pass government-funding bill. These riders would flat out prevent the FCC from enforcing the Net Neutrality rules.

Right now congressional leaders are negotiating behind closed doors — and some are trying to work in language that would reverse the FCC’s historic Net Neutrality ruling.

We worked too hard for that win to let anyone undo it — let alone in secret.

Real leaders don't resort to these kinds of dirty tricks. Pick up the phone and tell congressional leaders to stop messing with Net Neutrality.

We saw a similar effort over the summer but, thanks to the massive public outcry from people like you, the bills never made it to the floor. That could change now as talk of funding showdowns and shutdowns is starting up again in the run-up to the Dec. 11 budget deadline.

Your voice is needed: Tell congressional leaders to leave Net Neutrality alone.

Congress shouldn't be allowed to dismantle the FCC's strong open Internet rules. This stops now.

Thanks for all that you do—

Sandy, Matt, Dutch and the rest of the Free Press Action Fund team
freepress.net

P.S. Don't let these Net Neutrality opponents negotiate away your rights in secret. Tell congressional leaders to leave the FCC's rules alone.

P.P.S. Most of you won't be calling your own members of Congress, but that's OK. These offices need to hear from people like you!

The Free Press Action Fund is a nonpartisan organization fighting for your rights to connect and communicate. The Free Press Action Fund does not support or oppose any candidate for public office. Learn more at freepress.net.

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