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Senate To Vote On Restoration Of Net Neutrality
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16 May 2018 08:24 AM EST

On Monday, Senate Democrats announced that they’ll force a vote to keep net neutrality protections in place on Wednesday this week. Even though support in the chamber is just one vote shy of passing the resolution, Democrats see a win no matter what the outcome is. Americans have consistently supported net neutrality, with one recent survey finding that 82 percent of respondents prefer all web traffic to be treated equally. Should the vote pass the Senate, hopes are still low the resolution would make it through the House, where Republicans have a larger majority. This in turn, however will allow Democrats to criticize the GOP for ending something that is nearly universally supported before the November midterms.

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