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Activists fanned out across New Jersey on May 23 to urge state lawmakers to support legislation that would breathe new life into local news and information.
WASHINGTON — On Wednesday, the Senate voted 52–47 in favor of a resolution of disapproval that would overturn the FCC’s unpopular 2017 repeal of Net Neutrality protections.
On Wednesday, 49 senators filed a petition to formally discharge the resolution of disapproval reversing the FCC’s Net Neutrality decision.
“Sinclair’s plan to sell seven stations to Fox as part of its Tribune takeover shows everything that’s wrong with the media-ownership landscape.”
To officially save the internet we have to get the House of Representatives on board.
The date is set, but the fight is far from over.
Local police arrested Duran for covering a protest against local law enforcement and ICE for targeting the undocumented community. Now Duran is in ICE’s custody.
Free Press told the FCC the proposed Sinclair-Tribune merger would be, to borrow a phrase, "extremely dangerous to our democracy."
The FCC has quickly been dismantling rules designed to protect media consumers and smaller competitors.
Tim Karr, senior director of strategy and communications for Free Press Action Fund, explains that the future of online communications is at stake.
Over 50 racial-justice groups have joined with Voices for Internet Freedom to call on House members to restore the FCC’s Net Neutrality rules.
In the fight for the future of media and democracy, the Senate’s vote to restore Net Neutrality ranks as a major victory.