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Net Neutrality Rules!

Last Monday, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced his plans for new Net Neutrality rules. Then President Obama and leaders in Congress made strong statements in support of Net Neutrality. Now we need a powerful, public show of support.
We just had an amazing week for Net Neutrality. Let's make this week even better.

More than 1.6 million people have already called on Washington to make Net Neutrality the law. If we can reach 2 million people, we'll send a resounding message that neither Congress nor the FCC will be able to ignore.

Help Us Get over the Top: 2 Million Strong for Net Neutrality

The open Internet is all about sharing, and if you share this message using Twitter, Facebook and e-mail, we'll be closer than ever to protecting the Internet once and for all.

Here's what you can do:

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Let's reach 2 million for Net Neutrality! Save the Internet: http://bit.ly/4qMVWI #netneutrality (via @freepress)

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Dear Friend:

The fight for Net Neutrality has reached a crucial moment. The FCC Chairman just called for new Net Neutrality rules, and he is being supported by President Obama, Speaker Pelosi, and numerous congressional leaders. Now we need a powerful, public show of support.

More than 1.6 million people have already called for Congress and the FCC to support Net Neutrality. If we can reach 2 million, we'll send a resounding message that Washington won't be able to ignore. Please join the campaign to save the Internet now:

Nothing gets Washington to act like 2 million people speaking out for something, and this final push from supporters like you could put us over the top.

So fire up your social network of choice. Send an e-mail to all your friends right now. Keep up the pressure. Help us get to 2 million for Net Neutrality today!


Timothy Karr
Campaign Director
Free Press

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