Flashback: Rep. John Lewis: 'Ending Net Neutrality is wrong'

We're just days away from the big decision

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission could elect to roll back net neutrality protections effected by former President Barack Obama's administration. Opponents of the repeal worry that turning over the regulation of internet services to massive telecommunications companies would allow the tech giants to throttle their data and spike prices for certain content as they see fit.

With just days before the big decision, we're reminded of Congressman John Lewis' stance on the subject .

Ending Title II Net Neutrality protection is wrong. It is yet another attack on those attempting to bring about the beloved community.

John Lewis (@repjohnlewis) May 18, 2017

New York Congressman Sean Maloney recently announced a legislative push to block the net neutrality repeal . But will it be enough?

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