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Senate votes to overturn net neutrality repeal

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The U.S. Senate yesterday voted to overturn the Federal Communications Commission's repeal of net neutrality rules.

All Democrats in the Senate and three Republicans voted in favor of net neutrality.

The Congressional Review Act resolution now moves to the House.

The net neutrality rules restrict internet service providers from slowing down or speeding up access to certain websites and apps.

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