FCC Wins One Net Neutrality Fight But Congress is Still Hostile

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has dismissed the case that Verizon Communications filed against the Federal Communications Commission over the agency’s network neutrality rules. The ruling is a win for the FCC, although Verizon will likely file suit again using new arguments. And Congress is still on track to make it impossible for the FCC to implement its rules by enforcing its right to repeal the FCC’s rules under what is known as a Congressional Review Act.

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