Democratic Senators Try To Line Up Support To Overturn FCC Vote Ending Net Neutrality
Democrats in the U.S. Senate say they have 50 votes for a measure to undo the FCC’s recent decision to end net neutrality. That puts them just one vote shy of the majority they’d need to advance the measure.
But, it would still need approval in the House, and President Trump’s signature to overturn the FCC.
Here to talk about this effort is Adi Robertson, a senior reporter at The Verge.