GOP Hints At Net Neutrality Compromises They'd Consider

By Kelcee Griffis (February 7, 2019, 7:25 PM EST) -- Republican lawmakers elaborated Thursday on the kinds of internet legislation they could support in lieu of net neutrality rules instated and enforced by the Federal Communications Commission, unveiling three different bills they say could lay the groundwork for a compromise.

Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., ranking member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and the committee's former chairman, suggested Congress should look to state legislation for inspiration and said he's filing a bill to amend the definition of a Title I information service under the Communications Act.

According to a copy of his bill, it would codify the FCC's former protections...

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