Net Neutrality Will End in June -- Or Will it?
The fight over net neutrality continues in Washington, D.C.

Net neutrality was repealed in December. But the fight isn't over -- yet. 

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released an official announcement stating that the final date for the current net neutrality protections would be June 11. 

However, the U.S. Senate has a vote set for next week to possibly repeal the FCC's December vote. Currently, it's unclear if the vote will pass the Senate and, if it does, if it'll pass the House. The FCC's ruling is backed by Republicans.

Over 20 states have legally pushed back on the repeal by filing lawsuits. Some states have passed legislation to ensure that the rules are still effective within their borders. 

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