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Senators, Rights Groups Call On FCC To Delay Net Neutrality Vote

Between a critical court case that threatens to leave broadband consumers completely exposed and an ongoing investigation into anomalies in the public commentary of the FCC’s plans, there is clear evidence to delay the vote.
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