The Senate is due to vote Wednesday on the Net Neutrality bill. Click here and CALL. YOUR. SENATOR. Otherwise, when AT&T is deciding which content streams fastest to your computer, you’ll have no one to blame but yourself.

Save the Internet:

The Senate Commerce Committee ?mark-up? on Senator Stevens? massive Telecommunications Act has dragged through Tuesday without discussion of the Snowe-Dorgan Net Neutrality amendment. A vote on this is now likely to occur on Wednesday.

This vote is critical. If your senator sits on the committee, he/she needs to hear from you today. Ask him/her to vote in committee to support the Snowe-Dorgan Net Neutrality amendment to the larger Telecom Act (S. 2686).

Here are the members of the committee who have not taken a strong position in favor of Internet freedom and for the Snowe-Dorgan Amendment. Call them now:


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