US Rep Barton Asks FCC To Stop Vote On Open Internet Rule

WSJ – “A senior House Republican on Tuesday asked Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski to stop a commission vote, slated for Thursday, on proposed open Internet rules. House Energy and Commerce Ranking Republican Joe Barton of Texas said in a letter to Genachowski that the rules could have “potentially catastrophic effects on investment and deployment of broadband services throughout the country.”

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