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Action Alert - Net Neutrality
Please call (by phone) your Senators today or tomorrow morning to ask them to vote NO tomorrow on SJ Res 6 re Net Neutrality. Here is information provided by Emily Feltren in our Government Relations Office:
The Senate is expected to vote tomorrow (Tuesday) on a resolution of disapproval,
S. J. Res 6
would repeal the Federal Communication Commission's (FCC) net neutrality rules and strip the FCC of its authority to implement net neutrality.
your Senators today (or tomorrow morning at the very latest) to ask them to vote NO on S. J. Res 6.
Because of the short notice, it is important that you call, rather than email, your Senators.
I have just posted a new
on why net neutrality matters to law libraries.
The House passed an identical resolution (
H.J. Res 37
) in April. The FCC's net neutrality rules are set to take effect on November 20. It is very important that you contact your Senators now to ask them to vote NO on network neutrality.
The vote is expected to be very close, so your call will make a difference.
You can find your Senators' phone numbers through our
Legislative Action Center
Please letmeknow when you take action.
Vice Chair, Government Relations Committee (GRC)
Liaison between GRC and Social Responsibilities SIS
Ms. Melanie Knapp
Mon, Nov 07, 2011 05:00 PM
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