Team Internet


Lawmakers are home from Washington, D.C. February 19-23 for a congressional recess. This a crucial time to show up in force at their local offices and put real pressure on them to support the Congressional Review Act (CRA) effort to reverse the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality.

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      We need just one more vote in the Senate and we already have 100 cosponsors in the House, but need 218 representatives total on our side to win.

      Use this net neutrality CRA scoreboard to find out which one of your lawmaker’s still has not come out in support of the net neutrality CRA vote, then find their local office here.

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      Now, please review these Team internet rules:

      • Team Internet events are open to the public.
      • Events must have a specific street address so they can be placed on the map.
      • The event description should tell potential attendees what will happen at the event. Is it a drop-in at a Congressional office? Protest? Letter writing house party? Give a brief description of what the volunteers can expect, in addition to why the event is necessary.
      • Event descriptions should specify support for Net Neutrality. We don’t post generic meetings or events.
      • We promote events that are free to the public. If a contribution is required (rather than optional) for attendance, it won’t be approved. Events that appear to be fundraising focused will not be posted.
      • Events including obscenities or offensive language won’t be approved.
      • Team Internet is nonpartisan. If your event refers to defeating or electing candidates for office or promoting a political party, it can’t be approved. 
      • Candidates for office and political parties can post events if the focus is on organizing support for Net Neutrality as opposed to electioneering.

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