The House of Representatives can save net neutrality.
Millions of Americans spoke out to stop the FCC from repealing net neutrality. Unfortunately, the FCC disregarded widespread public sentiment and voted to repeal the rules anyway. Without net neutrality safeguards, internet providers are free to impose new fees, slow down your internet speeds, and censor content.
But Congress can still act to reverse this flawed decision by the FCC. Consumer Reports supporters and members are participating in an internet-wide day of action to drive emails to members of Congress in support of reviving net neutrality.
Take action now: use our form to email your representatives.