Dear Member of Congress:

The "Internet Freedom Act" introduced by Rep. Marsha Blackburn would destroy Net Neutrality and throw away the new FCC rules that millions of people have called for.

This bill must be stopped in its tracks. I urge you to speak out in opposition to this legislation.

Thank you. 

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    Stop Marsha Blackburn's Anti-Net Neutrality Bill

    This is what it looks like when members of Congress try to kill Net Neutrality. 

    Rep. Marsha Blackburn has already lined up 31 co-sponsors for her new bill, which would destroy Net Neutrality and undo everything the FCC has done to protect the open Internet.1

    It's easy to see why these particular co-sponsors signed on: They've received tons of campaign contributions from companies like Comcast and Verizon and from the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, an industry lobbying group.

    This bill goes against everything millions of people like you have fought for. We must stop this bill in its tracks and expose it for what it is: a betrayal of the open Internet.

    1. H.R. 1212, the Internet Freedom Act:


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    *Campaign contribution data from the Center for Responsive Politics. Represents lifetime contributions.