Neutrality Rules Will Thwart Broadband Investment

Two Republican lawmakers say the Federal Communications Commission should put the brakes on a plan to craft new net neutrality rules.

“We believe that network neutrality would actually thwart further broadband investment and availability,” Reps. John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Eric Cantor (R-Va.) said Friday in a letter to President Barack Obama.

The lawmakers are asking Obama to urge the FCC to “refocus its priorities on properly examining the broadband market and completing its broadband plan.”

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