GOP Senators Unbothered by Upcoming Net Neutrality Vote:'Wait, Is That Tomorrow?
I Better Get On It’
The Senate will vote Wednesday to repeal changes to net neutrality rules made by the Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission, but if you ask Senate Republicans about the vote, they haven’t given it much thought.
“I have not actually considered it much,” Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) told IJR on Tuesday when asked how he plans to vote on the measure, which is being forced on the floor by Senate Democrats. “I’m likely to vote against it, but I really haven’t decided,” he added.
Scott isn’t the only Republican senator who seems unconcerned regarding tomorrow’s vote to preserve the Obama-era protections, which has the support of over 80 percent of Americans, across party lines.dlegendary1, eridani, A little weird and 3 othersLand of Enchantment, Gryneos, Ohio Barbarian like this(~_^) and this o (~_~) o (#~_~) o and (^~^)3 this (o_o) this (6_6) (O_O) and (*_*) (*_o) (o*o)
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