Tell Your Senators To Save Net Neutrality

The Senate is about to vote on a resolution that could save net neutrality. 

Add your name now to send an email to your Senators telling them to vote YES on the resolution to ensure Americans' access to a free and open internet.

The Senate will soon vote on a Congressional Review Act resolution of disapproval that could overturn the FCC's decision to kill net neutrality. If passed, it will go to the House. If it fails, net neutrality will die on June 11th.

Net neutrality ensures a free and open internet. Without net neutrality, internet service providers like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T can charge extra fees, block sites, create paid fast lanes, and throttle speeds.

Americans from across the political spectrum overwhelmingly support net neutrality, but internet service providers (ISPs) are spending big to repeal it: current members of congress have accepted $101 million from ISPs over the course of their careers, and these same companies are spending millions of dollars on lobbying.

Sign the petition now to demand your Senators listen to the people instead of their donors.