Internet Service Providers (ISPs) now have the power to slow down or charge extra for websites and email deliveries they don't like. That's not fair. The House of Representatives recently passed the Save The Internet Act of 2019 (H.R. 1644), which restores net neutrality -- the policy that says internet service providers have to treat all websites equally.
The bill is now in the hands of the Senate, which passed a similar bill last year. But there's no guarantee that the Senate leadership will allow H.R.1644 to come to a vote this year. Please send a message to your senators, urging her or him to encourage Roger Wicker, the chair of the Senate Commerce Committee.