Senate Passes Measure To Keep Net Neutrality

Law360 (May 16, 2018, 4:02 PM EDT) -- Senate Democrats narrowly succeeded Wednesday in passing a resolution to nullify the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality deregulation rule, setting the stage for a tougher showdown in the House.

The resolution, filed by Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey under the Congressional Review Act, passed 52-47 in a vote on the Senate floor. Shown is the U.S. Capitol building. (AP) The resolution, filed by Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey under the Congressional Review Act, passed 52-47 in a vote on the Senate floor.

Using the CRA mechanism, which lets...
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