All 47 Democrats voted to keep the rules in place. Susan Collins of Maine, Sen.
The three Republicans in favor of the resolution were Sen.
Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), the chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, said that the resolution was a "bizarre exercise" that isn't "going anywhere". Lisa Murkowski of Alaska backed the measure to halt the repeal, according to CNN. The measure now goes to the House, where it's not certain GOP leaders will be willing to take it up. "The American people have spoken and the American people should listen".
But the Democrats on the FCC board, Jessica Rosenworcel and Mignon Clyburn, their counterparts in the Senate, and groups like the Electronic Frontier Foundation say Pai's position isn't about increasing innovation or competition. Republicans have a 236-193 majority in the House, compared to a one-seat majority in the Senate.
Roger Nishi, vice president of industry relations at Waitsfield and Champlain Valley Telecom, said the federal regulations will not impact their services.
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However, Cruz maintained that net neutrality is predominantly only a big issue for "hardcore activists who hate the president", and he credited much of its widespread popularity to having a "clever name that sounds positive and beneficial". But ultimately, I'm confident that their effort to reinstate heavy-handed government regulation of the Internet will fail.
Later, Rep. Anna Eshoo, a California Democrat who represents Silicon Valley, said she was happy by the result in the Senate with the legislation.
The Senate on Wednesday voted to reverse the Federal Communications Commission's decision to end net neutrality.
"I haven't talked to anyone who isn't for net neutrality generically", Hoeven said. Special thanks to Senator Markey, Senator Schumer and others for their leadership on this important resolution to undo the FCC's net neutrality repeal.
That was evident Wednesday as Democrats paraded to the Senate floor to give speeches in support of net neutrality while most Republicans were silent on the matter. "People underestimate the passion of Internet voters, at their peril".
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If you're dying to watch some exciting Congressional action, you're in luck: The vote is being broadcast live on C-SPAN here.
Democrats say they're up in opposition to the clock.
Members of the Sunlight Foundation, Electronic Freedom Foundation, American Civil Liberties Union and other organizations also tweeted in support of net neutrality following the vote, and urged the House of Representatives to follow suit. According to data provided by Google, net neutrality regularly ranks among top political searches in each state.
"For Democrats, net neutrality is part of a three-legged stool - internet access, gun control and marijuana legalization - they are leaning on to entice young voters to engage in the midterm elections", the Times reports.
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