GOP Opposition to FCC Net Neutrality Plan Mounts
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"Republican lawmakers are ratcheting up their opposition to the
Federal Communications Commission's plan to vote on net neutrality
rules at its meeting next week, warning against what they see as an
unwarranted regulatory overreach.
"Fred Upton (R-Mich.), who will chair the House Energy and
Commerce Committee in the next session of Congress, called on FCC
Chairman Julius Genachowski to release the text of the order, and
to delay the vote to allow the public to comment.
""Your proposal to adopt network neutrality rules is likely the
most controversial item the FCC has had before it in at least a
decade," Upton wrote in a letter to Genachowski. "It holds huge
implications for the future of the Internet, investment, innovation