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Credit Where It's Due

Having the FCC regulate the internet is such a lousy idea that you can even find 73 House Democrats who are against it -- and taking action:

A slew of House Democrats have sent a letter to the Federal Communications Commission warning the agency not to go forward with its plan to partially reclassify ISPs as common carriers, a move needed to impose net neutrality rules.

"The uncertainty this proposal creates will jeopardize jobs and deter needed investment for years to come," wrote Texas Congressman Gene Green on Monday. "The significant regulatory impact of reclassifying broadband service is not something that should be taken lightly and should not be done without additional direction from Congress."

Good news, but a "slew" of Democrats? I thought they traveled in an appropriation.