Net neutrality allies are ready to fight. But can it be saved?

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On Jan 15, Democrats announced all 49 of their senators, and one Republican will vote on a bill that uses the Congressional Review Act to reinstate the regulation. What are the chances that Democrats will succeed? It seems unlikely. While it's true that Democrats only need one more Republican to side with them in the Senate to get to 51 votes, they still need a majority in the House of Representatives, where Republicans have a far greater margin -- 238 Republicans to 193 Democrats. And even if they were able to muster the votes in the Senate and House, they need to convince President Donald Trump to sign the CRA. And that's not likely given his distaste for regulation. Republican FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr said it best: "It's got to go through the Senate, got to go through the House, got to get the president to sign on it. I'm not going to comment on the odds of all that happening."


Net neutrality allies are ready to fight. But can it be saved?