Tell the California Legislature to save net neutrality now!
Last month, Donald Trump’s FCC repealed federal net neutrality laws. But if you thought the fight for net neutrality was over, think again! The California legislature is preparing to consider new legislation that would protect net neutrality in the nation’s most populous state.
California legislators like President Pro Tem Kevin De Leon and Senator Scott Wiener know that Californians rely on a fair, free, and open Internet to remain a hub of business innovation, cutting-edge political organizing, and free expression.
If net neutrality protections pass in California, we’ll be a model for other states, and make it harder for Comcast, Verizon, and other big telecom companies to justify anti-consumer schemes that violate net neutrality elsewhere in the country.
The telecom industry will fight California’s net neutrality legislation with everything it’s got. That’s why we need you, and thousands others like you, to speak up now to defend the open Internet. Please sign the petition calling on the California Legislature to protect net neutrality.
Below is the text of the petition we'll send to members of the California Assembly and California Senate.
"It is imperative that our Internet remain free, open, fair, and accessible. Losing net neutrality puts free speech, small businesses, and startups in jeopardy. As your constituent, I ask that you save net neutrality by passing legislation to institute net neutrality rules in California."