White House Threatens Veto Over Net Neutrality

If Congress overturns net neutrality, Obama says he will veto the bill.

All Things D: The Obama administration has officially expressed its disapproval of Congress's attempt to overturn the FCC's net neutrality rules. In a formal statement of administration policy, the White House threatened to veto S.J. Res. 6 if it is passed because it would “undermine a fundamental part of the nation’s Open Internet and innovation strategy.”

The Senate is expected to vote Thursday on the bill repealing net neutrality.

Tags: Net Neutrality

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