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 Recognizing Powerful Interests Running the Joint, More Than 75% of Americans Back Campaign Finance Reform

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PostSubject: Recognizing Powerful Interests Running the Joint, More Than 75% of Americans Back Campaign Finance Reform   Fri Apr 27, 2018 1:58 pm

In direct response to the Federal Communication Commission's (FCC) December vote to repeal net neutrality protections, more than 100 mayors nationwide have now signed a pledge vowing to defend the open internet at the local level.

Unveiled by the mayors of New York City; Austin, Texas; and Portland, Oregon last month, the Cities Open Internet Pledge states that signatories will only conduct business with internet service providers (ISPs) that adhere to net neutrality standards, and reads in part, "We each commit our city to take all available steps to ensure the internet remains open and to keep gatekeepers from throttling, blocking, or limiting government content."




https://www.commondreams.org/news/2018/04/27/more-100-mayors-sign-open-internet-pledge-fccs-net-neutrality-repeal-set-take-effect
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