Republicans in Congress yesterday unveiled a new plan to fast track repeal of the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules.
Introduced by Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) and 14 Republican cosponsors, the “Resolution of Disapproval” would use Congress’s fast track powers under the Congressional Review Act to cancel the FCC’s new rules.
Saying the resolution “would require only a simple Senate majority to pass under special procedural rules of the Congressional Review Act,” Collins’ announcement called it “the quickest way to stop heavy-handed agency regulations that would slow Internet speeds, increase consumer prices and hamper infrastructure development, especially in his Northeast Georgia district.”
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