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The House Judiciary Committee will propose a resolution that would bar the Federal Communications Commission from enforcing its 2015 net neutrality regulations unless the companies comply with a rule that prohibits them from blocking or slowing traffic to websites and other services they don’t like.
The resolution, proposed by Reps.
David Cicilline David William Cicillines’ wife, the senator, is the latest in a series of efforts by the tech industry to influence the FCC in an effort to overturn the agency’s net neutrality rules.
The FCC passed net neutrality in 2015, after nearly three decades of efforts that were challenged by the cable industry and other consumer advocates.
The agency’s decision to leave the rule in place has resulted in an unprecedented influx of requests from broadband providers to block websites and content.
The agency’s proposed resolution would ban the FCC from enforcing any rule that imposes a “burdensome, costly, or burdensome regulatory burden” on internet companies.
The committee is expected to take up the resolution Thursday, the same day the House will vote on a bill that would prohibit the FCC and other government agencies from using taxpayer money to promote a political candidate.