Constitutional PAC Seeks Title II Opponents

Calls FCC Move the Obama-Wheeler Internet Takeover
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The Conservative Constitutional Rights PAC is calling on supporters to lobby the Federal Communications Commission and Congress against reclassifying Internet access under some Title II regulations.

In an e-mail solicitation (for help as well as funds), the PAC labeled the planned Feb. 26 vote on new Open Internet rules "Obama's plan to regulate the Internet" and a "total Internet takeover by government."

The PAC has a petition to the FCC asking the commissioners to vote against the "Obama-Wheeler" plan. It also asks them to file comments at the FCC against Title II and to faxCongress asking it to defend the Internet.

Republican legislators have proposed a bill that would block Title II reclassification, while preventing blocking, throttling or paid prioritization, which have become the "Big Three" Internet protections.

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