Politicians like to talk big about their support for net neutrality, but it’s their actions that really count. If a lawmaker voted to support the CRA to restore net neutrality — or pledged to support strong net neutrality protections going forward — we consider them a supporter. But if a lawmaker voted against the the CRA to restore net neutrality — or has pushed for weak legislation written by telecom lobbyists — we’ve marked them as “against” net neutrality. Some lawmakers haven’t yet taken a stance on net neutrality, so we’ve labeled them “unknown” … for now.
Whatever your lawmaker’s stance is, it’s important for you to reach out and let them know where you stand on this vital issue. So click on the links below and make your voice heard now.