First Republican lawmaker to oppose the FCC’s attack on Net Neutrality

“Internet providers must not manage their system in an anti-competitive way that limits consumers’ choices,”

*Susan Collins (R-ME) opposition signals trouble ahead for the agency as GOP Senator joins with two other Maine…

The Bangor Daily News is reporting that Maine Senator Susan Collins is the first GOP member of Congress to publicly oppose the agency’s plan to end net neutrality. Republican members of the House and Senate have been silent since FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced a December vote to repeal Title II net neutrality. Since Tuesday morning Congress has heard unprecedented public outcry with net neutrality activists driving nearly 450,000 calls to Congress through the campaign.