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The House Communications & Internet Subcommittee has made it official. It has scheduled a hearing for Feb. 16 on the FCC’s new Network Neutr…

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The House Communications & Internet Subcommittee has made it official. It has scheduled a hearing for Feb. 16 on the FCC’s new Network Neutrality rules.

The hearing is entitled “Network Neutrality and Internet Regulation: Warranted or More Economic Harm than Good?,” though the Republicans in charge of scheduling the hearing have already signaled their answer to that question in no uncertain terms.

Subcommittee Chairman Greg Walden (R-Ore.) was one of those Republican leaders who vowed to reverse the regs after they were approved in a straight 3-2 party line vote by the FCC Dec. 21.

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