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F.C.C. Net Neutrality Rules Clear Hurdle as Republicans Concede to Obama

Originally about what Obama was doing in 2015, it has come up again and just a look back might help give us some insight.

WASHINGTON — Senior Republicans conceded on Tuesday that the grueling fight with President Obama over the regulation of Internet service appears over, with the president and an army of Internet activists victorious.

The Federal Communications Commission is expected on Thursday to approve regulating Internet service like a public utility, prohibiting companies from paying for faster lanes on the Internet. While the two Democratic commissioners are negotiating over technical details, they are widely expected to side with the Democratic chairm.

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