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Three-fourths of Republican voters say they support net neutrality — and party lawmakers are starting to speak out against repealing it





FILE PHOTO: Ajit Pai, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, testifies before a Senate Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, U.S., June 20, 2017.    REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein/File Photo

  • The Republican-led Federal Communications Commission will vote to repeal its net neutrality rules on Thursday.
  • Some Republican members of Congress are asking the FCC chairman to delay the vote.
  • A recent poll found three out of four Republican voters want to keep the net neutrality rules.

The Republican-led Federal Communications Commission is slated to repeal its net-neutrality rules on Thursday, but many members of the party aren’t on board with the move.

With a recent poll indicating that three-fourths of Republican voters oppose the repeal effort, members of the party’s congressional contingent have started to speak out against it.

In an open letter sent Tuesday, read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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