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Network neutrality: politics as usual wins again

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My representative in Congress, the Hon. John R. “Randy” Kuhl (R-Hammondsport), voted for the reprehensible Communications Opportunity, Promotion and Enhancement Act that gutted attempts to preserve network neutrality. That bill passed the House this week, 321-101. (How did your representative vote?)

This isn’t good news for District 29 in New York, one of the most rural areas of the state, that he represents. And it isn’t good new for Rep. Kuhl, either — at least if he’s expecting my vote for his re-election. (Learn how you can find out how your rep voted and why. It’s easy. Anyone with unfettered ‘net access can do it.) Read the rest of this entry »


Written by Dr. Denny Wilkins

June 16, 2006 at 3:02 pm

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