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Preserve net neutrality

Please urge your representatives to vote against repealing net neutrality. Giving corporations priority and letting them control what we see and have access to is wholly and completely unfair. It will silence people and pull the rug from under start-ups and entrepreneurs. This should be a nonpartisan issue since we all use the internet for everything from homework to business to keeping in touch with those we care about to contacting our representatives.

If the internet is no longer a level playing field, small businesses and education will suffer and knowledge will no longer be so freely accessible. Don’t hand the keys to giant corporations at our expense.

Alissa James


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