Senate Republicans urge FCC to postpone vote on net neutrality

Eighteen Senate Republicans are urging the FCC to postpone voting on new net neutrality rules, arguing that all five of the commissioners should be in agreement on a way forward. The senators, including Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kan.), made their opposition to the regulations plain by stating: "When the government picks winners and losers in the marketplace, the incentive to invest disappears." Article

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