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Call Your House Reps and Ask Them to Support Net Neutrality BEFORE June 11, 2018

Call your House Reps and ask them to support Net Neutrality before June 11, 2018, when the FCC can roll it back. Also, call your state legislators and ask them to pass legislation protect net neutrality, too.


After much struggle, the Senate voted 52-47 in May 2018 to overturn the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and preserve rules upholding net neutrality, which prevent internet service providers from charging more for faster Internet speeds, and prevent them from blocking access to websites.


Unfortunately, the fight isn’t over. The future of net neutrality now rests with the House of Representatives, where it has less support.


That’s where you come in. You need to call your House Rep and make it clear that you want him or her to uphold net neutrality.


Celeste Pewter has been all over this for months now. Here’s her script on the topic. Remember: Congressfolk are back in their home districts until June 5, 2018.



Pewter also points out that it’s important to ask your state legislators to pass legislation that protects and enshrines net neutrality, as Oregon did in April 2018. Here’s her script on that:



In addition to following Pewter on Twitter (again, her handle is @Celeste_Pewter) you can support her in other ways.


After you call your elected representatives on these two topics, tweet about the experience using the #ICalledMyReps hashtag.


Pewter founded The Road to 2018, an organization devoted to defending Democratic Senators who are vulnerable and up for re-election this year. See our post on it:


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More background on net neutrality:


Read stories on the Senate’s vote to uphold net neutrality:


Here also is the I Called My Reps rundown on net neutrality and why we need it: