Congressional Review Act may allow advocates to fight for net neutrality

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SEATTLE -- There are still a couple of paths open for advocates of a free and open internet to pursue after the FCC voted to eliminate net neutrality rules. One possibility is the Congressional Review Act.

Brian Fung from the Washington Post talked to KOMO's Taylor Van Cise about what the Congressional Review Act is and how it could lead the mainly uphill battle for democrats trying to re-implement net neutrality rules. (Click the picture above to hear the audio).

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