How did your Congressional Representative Vote?

The House of Representatives followed the lead of giant telecom providers and powerful lobbyists by passing the COPE Act. This act contained no provisions to protect "Net Neutrality," putting the Internet one step closer to being radically reshaped for the worse. An amendment proposed by MA Representative Ed Markey, which included measures focused on ensuring the future of net neutrality, was defeated 269 to 152 prior to the final vote on the issue. The issue still needs to go before the Senate. How did your elected official vote? Check the roll call for yourself. Take action and write your Senator today. It is not too late to protect freedom of speech on the Internet.

Final Vote Results for Roll Call 241

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