U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-Phila.) defended net neutrality this week. Or, at least, the three million Americans who asked the FCC to protect net neutrality.
One reason it’s notable? Comcast was the top contributor to the Philly Congressman’s 2013-2014 campaign, donating $24,500, according to OpenSecrets.
Fattah schooled FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai on the topic at March 24 committee hearing.
Watch a teaser in this tweet:
— Michael Scurato (@MichaelScurato) March 24, 2015
And the full exchange here:-30-
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