The broad, nonpartisan movement for Internet freedom notched a victory on Thursday, when a bipartisan majority of the House Judiciary Committee advanced the Internet Freedom and Nondiscrimination Act of 2006 a bill that preserves the level playing field websites enjoy on the internet. 20 members of the Committee voted for the bill (14 Democrats and 6 Republicans), while 13 opposed it. (Save the Internet)

A May 18 article in GNN-i described the broad coalition that has formed (Former Foes Join Together) including gun owners and artists; Christian groups and

Leave a Reply