Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) has introduced legislation to reverse the FCC’s recently published order and reestablish 2015’s net neutrality rules.
Although the bill has essentially no chance of reaching the president’s desk, let alone being signed into law, it’s an important step in the long-term battle over how the internet is to be regulated.
The bill is introduced by way of the Congressional Review Act, which lets Congress reverse recent decisions made by federal agencies via an expedited legislative process.
Today, with the entire Senate Democratic caucus, I am officially introducing a CRA – Congressional Review Act – resolution that will *fully* restore NetNeutrality and we only need OneMoreVote to pass it in the Senate.
Here's what the CRA means for you:
Sometime this spring, @SenateDems will force a vote on the CRA to save NetNeutrality.