The Save the Internet Act now heads to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
The repeal was passed on a party-line vote of 3-2 led by the FCC’s current chairman, Aji Pai, who was appointed to the position by Donald Trump.
CEO and co-founder Steve Huffman said going public is “the only responsible choice.”
Trump-appointed Ajit Pai is rolling back the Lifeline program.
Instead, internet services providers will simply have to “verbally agree” to a free and open internet.
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