Save Net Neutrality

 Net neutrality prohibited Internet service providers from charging their customers different rates based on who they were, what websites they visited, the browsing platform they used, and more. It also prevented Internet providers from blocking legal websites or charging targeted websites if they wanted expedient content delivery to their consumers. In December, the Federal Communications Commission repealed the federal net neutrality rules that required all Internet service be provided equally without prejudice.

Wisconsin must take steps to protect consumers from price gouging, severely narrowing access to information, and market manipulation here at home. For that reason, Senator Larson and I circulated legislation that would preserve the protections afforded by net neutrality in Wisconsin.

If you agree that net neutrality is critical for Wisconsin, please sign your name below.