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I am very concerned about an upcoming vote on the Congressional Review Act (CRA) for Net Neutrality. I agree that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) should not block or censor content, but the CRA is not the way to codify that.
Innovations such as electricity, passenger cars and air travel have provided all of us with a better quality of life and millions of jobs. The same is true for the Internet – unquestionably the most impactful innovation of the last 25 years. However, while a solid legal structure of consumer protections was built around these other innovative technologies, we cannot yet say the same for the online world. Although the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has made several attempts at establishing some basic ground rules, its actions to date have proven controversial and have not created the legal framework we need here in the U.S. to make the most of the internet.
Rep. Mike Coffman, the Republican congressman from Aurora, will unveil his plan to save neutrality on Tuesday.
Led by Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, Democrats in Congress are holding the future of America’s high-speed internet hostage. In the process, they are testing the limits of the Congressional Review Act (CRA) in a blatant effort to reinstate burdensome, Obama-era regulations on the internet. Reinstating these overly prescriptive, public-utility style regulations would only serve to stifle innovation and slow the continued deployment of America’s broadband networks. This effort must be stopped.
State Rep. Chris Hansen talks about net neutrality with fellow Denver Democratic Rep. Leslie Herod before 2018 legislative session.
Rep. Chris Hansen, a Democrat from Denver, has been making the case for Colorado to do what it can to protect consumers as the Trump administration rolls back net neutrality rules. Thursday he made the case in Washington via an op-ed in The Hill newspaper.