Did our lack of trust in Big Cable sway the net neutrality vote? Wood: Well, and then a huge part of this conversation is about competition. He graduated from California State University, Long Beach, with a degree in finance and journalism. Thanks for subscribing. In a follow-up poll last month, the University of Maryland found that 86% of Americans favored keeping the rules in place . But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible.
He called the rules "outdated" and "heavy-handed" before Wednesday's vote. That was an issue that Democrats were interested in, so we considered some sort of general conduct rule. Thune: My guess is that this thing will go down like a shot dog over there. You don't think young voters will be energized and go out to polls in November on this issue? We've been talking about hypotheticals. Be respectful, keep it clean and stay on topic.
BGR : So let’s say that people’s expectations keep on being beaten, and the CRA goes all the way through. The grants, which both come from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation, will fund the Long Beach Justice Lab, according to a press release from the city. But in order for the FCC’s decision to be reversed, a similar vote would have to pass the house and be signed by the president.