Last year the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) repealed net neutrality protections. Net neutrality prevents internet service providers from slowing undesired content or creating paid "fast lanes" for content they want to promote.
The absence of net neutrality suppresses consumer choice and fair competition, and can endanger public health. Firefighters struggling to contain a deadly California wildfire faced terrible danger when Verizon slowed their internet access to a crawl and encouraged the fire department to upgrade to a more expensive plan.
The Senate voted to restore net neutrality, and now it's the House's turn. Call on your representative today to keep the internet free and accessible for all.