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FCC Votes To Move Forward With Net Neutrality Rollback Proposal

The Federal Communications Commission voted today to move ahead with a plan to undo net neutrality protections.The vote, 2-1 along party lines with the Republican commissioners prevailing, sets the stage for a major fight between Democrats, tech companies and internet activists who support utility-like regulation of internet service providers, and Republican and cable companies, who say the Obama-era rules reach too far and have hurt investment in broadband.Today’s decision marks the beginning of a stage of public input before the proposal can advance. The original net neutrality debate at the FCC engendered nearly 4 million public comments.At stake is whether

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