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VOP in the News

VOP in the News

1/3/18 MIT Technology Review Net Neutrality’s Dead. The Battle to Resurrect It Is Just Beginning.
12/24/17 The Hill Can net neutrality be a potent political issue for Democrats?
12/21/17 Wired Why Net Neutrality will be a Campaign Issue in 2018
12/20/17 Clarence Bee Net neutrality must be fought for
12/19/17 Gizmodo Australia The Looming Net Neutrality Fight Is Looking Damn Good For The US Democrats
12/18/17 Patch.com Net Neutrality Still Has A Slim Chance
12/18/17 Philadelphia Insider What the FCC’s Net Neutrality Decision Means for Comcast (and You)
12/18/17 IR Insider Net Neutrality Repealed: What Now?
12/16/17 Mumbai Mirror US Ditches Net Neutrality, Legal Battles Loom
12/16/17 Ashland Daily Tidings Guest Opinion: Consumers report a net loss
12/15/17 Fox News Effort to allow partisan politics in church reaches dead end
12/15/17 Washington Post Effort to allow partisan politics in church reaches dead end
12/15/17 Gadgets 360 Net Neutrality Dealt a Huge Blow as US FCC Vote Repeals 2015 Safeguards
12/15/17 Sydney Morning Herald Net neutrality rules have ditched by the regulator, but legal battles loom
12/15/17 Florida Politics The Delegation for 12.15.17 — Insights from the Beltway to the Sunshine State
12/15/17 Khaleej Times Land of the free no more? US regulators ditch Net neutrality rules
12/14/17 Washington Post The FCC is expected to repeal its net neutrality rules today, in a sweeping act of deregulation
12/14/17 New York Post The FCC is about to kill net neutrality
12/14/17 Reuters U.S. regulators ditch net neutrality rules as legal battles loom
12/14/17 Baltimore Sun Net neutrality repeal the latest way Team Trump has ripped up media landscape in less than a year
12/14/17 CNET FCC neuters net neutrality, votes out Obama-era rules
12/14/17 ZDNET Net neutrality: The eve of destruction
12/14/17 CBS News “Net neutrality” vote: FCC repeals rules that affect internet speed
12/14/17 AOL.com Federal Communications Commission votes to repeal net neutrality rules
12/14/17 Fortune Network Neutrality Repeal: How Not To Restore Internet Freedom
12/14/17 The Hill FCC poised to repeal net neutrality protections
12/13/17 USA Today Net neutrality: Could anything stop the repeal of the Open Internet regulations?
12/13/17 US News & World Report Net neutrality keeps the Web from running like an airport security line. And it might go away
12/13/17 Washington Post U.S. Agency to Vote on Net Neutrality Rules Despite Outcry
12/13/17 Fortune Americans Of All Stripes Strongly Want the FCC To Maintain Net Neutrality
12/13/17 Gizmodo After Alabama Defeat, Republicans Should Think Twice About Trying to Kill Net Neutrality
12/13/17 Business Insider Three-fourths of Republican voters say they support net neutrality — and party lawmakers are starting to speak out against repealing it
12/12/17 Washington Post This poll gave Americans a detailed case for and against the FCC’s net neutrality plan. The reaction among Republicans was striking
12/12/17 Forbes Netflix Is In The Power Position Now In The War For Net Neutrality
12/12/17 Los Angeles Times Religious leaders question why Republican tax plan would allow churches to endorse candidates
12/12/17 The Hill Poll: 83 percent of voters support keeping FCC’s net neutrality rules
12/12/17 Center for Public Integrity Liberals and conservatives agree: Ex-congressmen should put brakes on lobbying careers
12/12/17 Denverite Mike Coffman asks FCC to delay net neutrality vote, becomes the first Republican to do so
12/12/17 Gizmodo Only 1 in 5 Republicans Want the FCC to Gut Net Neutrality Rules
12/12/17 Standard Examiner Poll: Large majorities of Americans oppose repeal of net neutrality rules
11/29/17 The Takeaway (NPR / PRI / New York Times) Conservative Christians Watch GOP Tax Bill With Hopeful Eyes
11/28/17 ThinkProgress The GOP’s effort to let churches endorse candidates is deeply unpopular


Government is instituted for the common good; for the protection, safety, prosperity, and happiness of the people… therefore, the people alone have an incontestable, unalienable, and indefeasible right to institute government; and to reform, alter, or totally change the same.

John Adams, Thoughts on Government, 1776