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Anyone know the outcome of the Congressional Review to have the repeal of Net Neutrality reversed?

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2 hours ago, tybo31316 said:

Anyone know the outcome of the Congressional Review to have the repeal of Net Neutrality reversed?

Well, the Senate just voted to approve the CRA.  Now it has to go to the House, where if it somehow manages to pass it'll go to the President's desk for his signature. 

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