Political journalists have said the CRA resolution would likely not pass in the Republican-controlled House even if it passes in the Senate, and that it would be subject to a potential veto by President Donald Trump.

But Fight for the Future expressed hope that the growing support for the CRA, as well as the support for internet freedom by 75 percent of Republican voters, could save net neutrality.

As Jon Brodkin of Ars Technica argued this week, advocates are working to keep citizens informed about the implications of the FCC’s decision as well as to reverse the vote.

“A vote would keep net neutrality in the spotlight as Democrats prepare to make the repeal a campaign issue in the November elections,” he wrote.

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