Iowa Needs Net Neutrality

The Senate voted May 16, 2018 to pass a measure that would repeal changes to net neutrality rules that were recently adopted by the Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission. Noticeably voting against Main Street, farmers, workers and more were Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst.

We are collecting signatures from Iowans to forward to our Congressional Delegation.

The measure, which was backed by all 49 Democrats and 3 Republicans, has been sent to the House, where an uncertain vote is likely in the very near future.  Net neutrality is not a partisan issue, 83% of Americans support net neutrality and the open Internet regardless of their political affiliation.

We are calling on our Iowa delegation in the House to vote FOR small business, entrepreneurs, farmers, retirees, workers, students and more.

Equality of access to the internet is an integral part of life in Iowa. Net neutrality protects that access.

Don’t make net neutrality a partisan issue.

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