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Net neutrality news and analysis from The Nation
May 22, 2018
Fight for an End to Gun Violence in Your Community
You can also call your representative in the House to demand they fight for net neutrality, and join the Poor People’s Campaign.
May 17, 2018
Net Neutrality Just Became a Major Campaign Issue for 2018 and Beyond
A bipartisan vote in favor of digital democracy in the Senate signals that the fight for a free and open Internet is far from finished.
May 8, 2018
Your Senators Are About to Vote on the Future of the Internet. Make Sure They Hear From You First.
You can also call on Congress to stop the Trump administration from breaking up thousands of immigrant families.
March 23, 2018
Is Net Neutrality the Sleeper Issue for Democrats in 2018?
Across the country, candidates are campaigning on restoring a free and open Internet.
February 27, 2018
Join the #OneMoreVote Day of Action for Net Neutrality
In the Senate, we’re just one vote away from repealing the FCC’s plan to destroy net neutrality.
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January 24, 2018
A Governor Renews Net-Neutrality Protections With the Stroke of a Pen
Montana’s Steve Bullock comes up with simple step states can take to preserve Internet freedoms.
January 16, 2018
We Still Need to Pass the Dream Act. Take Action to Make It Happen
You can also demand that your representatives fight for net neutrality and get started on a campaign to transition your community to 100 percent renewable energy.
January 10, 2018
For Zephyr Teachout, Losing an Election Was Just the Start of a New Fight
In the past year, she’s taken on Trump, Google, the FCC, and the New York State Senate.
January 9, 2018
The Fight to Save Net Neutrality Is Moving to the Senate
As more than 40 senators back a bipartisan move to overturn the FCC’s assault on the Internet, activists chart a difficult but possible path to victory.
January 9, 2018
Don’t Let Trump Force Nearly 200,000 Salvadoran Immigrants to Leave the Country
You can also let your representatives know where you stand on net neutrality and join a state-based campaign to expand voting rights.