Today, the Federal Communications Commission’s (“FCC’s”) Restoring Internet Freedom Declaratory Ruling, Report and Order, and Order went into effect.  At the same time, there is an ongoing effort in Congress to use the Congressional Review Act to rescind the FCC’s action.  The legislation has already passed the Senate by a vote of 52-47.  Below are several op-eds and articles that we hope you find informative and fair to the subject.  As this issue continues to evolve, we will provide additional materials.

Democrats And The Left Went Full Chicken Little About Internet Freedom by Patrick Hedger, Freedom Works 

A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Net Neutrality by Matthew Kandrach, The Daily Caller

Time to get Big Tech into line by Ev Ehrlich, Providence Journal

A Second Chance at Net Neutrality by Mike Montgomery, Houston Chronicle

Facebook testimony was less of a reckoning for Big Tech and more of a bump in the road by Ev Ehrlich, Desert Sun

Net Reg Rule Rollback Fans: Sky Isn’t Falling by John Eggerton, Multichannel News

FCC Chairman: Our Job Is To Protect A Free And Open Internet by Ajit Pai, CNET

The Internet is Alive and Well as of June 11, 2018 by Deborah Collier, Citizens Against Government Waste

Net Neutrality: To Deal Or Not To Deal by Bill Lucy, Real Clear Policy