Thanks to Democrats, Wednesday the Senate voted to restore the Net neutrality policies that were previously repealed by the FCC. Only three Republicans, Susan Collins (R-Maine), John Kennedy (R-LA) and Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) broke rank in the Senate’s 52-47 vote.
Senate Democrats had pushed for a vote to enact the Congressional Review Act, or CRA, to halt the Federal Communications Commission’s rollback of Obama-era rules governing the open internet. Well, they got the vote Wednesday, and it went their way.
New FCC Hurdles
The FCC now has some new roadblocks to abolish the rules.
How did your senator vote on the successful last-ditch effort to maintain net neutrality? Find out below. Senate votes to restore net neutrality: Here’s how every senator voted
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