If the Democrats’ net neutrality bill were to pass through Congress, it’s likely that President Donald Trump would veto it, according to a new statement from the White House today.
It’s not surprising that Trump is expected to veto the Democrat-led net neutrality initiative, but Monday’s statement is one of the first direct comments from the White House on the legislation that is expected to easily pass through the House of Representatives on Tuesday.
The Save the Internet Act, if approved, would restore the original net neutrality regulations that were put in place by the Obama-era Federal Communications Commission in 2015. The bill would essentially repeal the repeal of the rules that the Pai FCC approved in the first year of the…
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