February 26, 2015!
Look forward to Thursday's history vote #NetNeutrality.— Mignon Clyburn (@MClyburnFCC) February 24, 2015
Getting started . . .— Jessica Rosenworcel (@JRosenworcel) February 26, 2015
Spoke about #BroadbandBarnRaising today.— Jessica Rosenworcel (@JRosenworcel) February 26, 2015
Here we go . . .— Jessica Rosenworcel (@JRosenworcel) February 26, 2015
Apple announcing in the middle of @AjitPaiFCC's longwinded justification for voting against Title II is p awesome.— Dieter Bohn (@backlon) February 26, 2015
FCC commissioner Rosenworcel says the free Internet is "our printing press it is our town square" #woodtv— Dani Carlson (@DaniCarlsonTV8) February 26, 2015
Official FCC Broadcast
The following is the official FCC broadcast and text from their website: fcc.gov/events/open-commission-meeting-february-2015
February 26, 2015, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM EST
Room TW-C305, 445 12th Street S.W., Washington, DC
- Community Broadband:
The Commission considered a Memorandum Opinion and Order addressing petitions filed by two municipal broadband providers asking that the Commission preempt provisions of state laws in North Carolina and Tennessee that restrict the abilities of communities to provide broadband service.
- Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet:
The Commission considered a Report and Order on Remand, Declaratory Ruling, and Order that responds to the Verizon court remand and adopts strong open Internet rules, grounded in multiple sources of the Commission’s legal authority, to ensure that Americans reap the economic, social, and civic benefits of an open Internet today and into the future.
Take Action: Contact Your Representative - - Again!
If you read my September 1, 2014, Take Action! @FCC and #NetNeutrality blog post, you know that I believe that the support of net neutrality is an important issue.
Now that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (@FCC), under the leadership of Chairman Tom Wheeler (@TomWheelerFCC), has taken a vote to support net neutrality, we, the citizens that care about this issue, need to follow up with our representatives. We need them to support net neutrality.
Here is a direct link to the section of my Take Action! @FCC and #NetNeutrality blog post where you can see what my Senators (Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman) , and my Congresswoman (Marcia Fudge), wrote back to me. If you like what they say about supporting net neutrality, then please thank them for their ongoing support. If it was not clear where they stand on the issue, please let them know that you need them to take a very clear stand for net neutrality.
- Senators of the 113th Congress
- Directory of US House of Representatives
- GovTrack.us (@GovTrack) Members of Congress Search at: GovTrack.us/congress/members
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Senator Sherrod Brown
1301 East Ninth Street, Suite 1710
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Phone: (216) 522-7272
Fax: (216) 522-2239
Toll Free 1-888-896-OHIO (6446)
Congresswoman Marcia Fudge
4834 Richmond Road, Suite #150
Warrensville Heights, Ohio 44128
Phone: (216) 522-4900
Fax: (216) 522-4908
If you need more information, and have not read my earlier blog posts, I provide links to them here.
Blog Date: Thu Jul 17th 2014
Comment to @FCC on #NetNeutrality
Blog Date: Mon Sep 1st 2014
Take Action! @FCC and #NetNeutrality
Blog Date: Thu Sep 25th 2014
OneCommunity 2014 Annual Meeting
Read the Gigi B. Sohn - “The Art of the Possible” section within the blog post. Gigi B. Sohn's (@GigiBSohnFCC) is the Special Counsel for External Affairs, Office of the Chairman, Federal Communications Commission. She did the keynote presentation at the OneCommunity (@OneCommunity) 2014 annual meeting.
Blog Date: Thu Feb 5th 2015
February 2015 Status: @FCC and #NetNeutrality