"On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives will consider H.J. Res. 37. If it passes, the bill will be the first step in blocking the so-called "Net Neutrality" regulations handed down by the Federal Communications Commission.
Net Neutrality gives the federal government the power to regulate content on the internet by forcing every internet provider to carry every kind of content at the same price, regardless of the strain it puts on the company's network.
The FCC's end-run around the legislative process is a massive abuse of their power. And it is yet another example of the Obama Administration's "we know what's best for you" view of America."