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Action needed to save the Internet: Call Kay Hagan now (202-224-6342)

3 years agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

And tell her to vote against gutting the Internet. NO on the so-called Protect IP Act. Democratic Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy is inexplicably leading the charge in the Senate with the Protect IP Act. Republican Texas Rep. Lamar Smith is leading the companion bill in the House with the Stop Online Piracy Act. This bill would've been rushed through with no debate through both chambers had it not been for the singular efforts of Oregon Sen.
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