GOP to FCC: analysis first, then net neutrality rules—maybe

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The Republicans have declared themselves the Party of No Neutrality with a series of statements and Senate amendments trying to block the policy at the FCC. The latest pushback comes from Rep. Cliff Stearns (R-FL), calling for the agency to do a “market failure analysis” before enacting any non-discrimination rules.