Thank You Once Again, Congressman Loebsack!

dave loebsack flagFrom Candace Clement at freepress.net

Another victory for Net Neutrality! The Save the Internet Act passed its second major hurdle in Congress and could be headed to a full floor vote as early as next week. We’ve got momentum and it’s all thanks to people like you who keep speaking out. 

Rep. David Loebsack was one of the members who voted yes and stood up for internet users everywhere. Could you thank him for his support? 

Saying thanks goes a long way and it takes just a few minutes.

Click here to send a tweet to thank Rep. Loebsack for supporting the Save the Internet Act. 

Don’t use Twitter? No problem! It can’t hurt to give them a call to say thanks. Call Rep. Loebsack’s office at (202) 225-6576 to get connected. When the office picks up say:

Thanks for supporting the #SavetheNet Act. Your leadership is key — I hope you can help get your colleagues on board as this moves to the House floor. 

We are one vote away from passing this bill in the House and this will be the moment where the cable and phone lobby does everything it can to try and put the brakes on the bill. Saying thanks to the people who vote the right way is critical to making sure our representatives stay on the right side of this issue — and it lets them know that we see them when they do the right thing.

Thanks and onward,

Candace and the rest of the Free Press Action team

Let us hope that Iowa’s other Democratic congress members (Abby Finkenauer and Cindy Axne) will join Congress Member Loebsack and vote for net neutrality on the floor of the House next week.

 

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Congress Member Cindy Axne

 

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Congress Member Abby Finkenauer photo: millennialpolitics.com

 

 

 

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