Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters on Tuesday the net neutrality bill Democrats are pushing through the House is”dead on arrival” in the Senate. From a report: The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote later today about the Save the Internet Act,” which is that the Democrats’ proposal to restore Obama-era net neutrality protections that were repealed in 2017. It is expected to pass on the Residence. McConnell was asked about whether the Senate would consider the invoice once it moves by reporters. He indicated it would not, according to a number of tweets out of strangers. McConnell’s office confirmed the remark.
The Save adopted by the Federal Communications Commission in 2015. These principles would prohibit internet providers from blocking or throttling access. From charging companies additional to deliver consumers their internet and they would stop ISPs. The Democrats’ bill restores the FCC’s ability to regulate and manage networks and restores these rules.