Fight for the Future plans to keep a scorecard documenting where lawmakers land on the issue. Its new site helps supporters target those who are against the bill or on the fence with calls and tweets.

Democrats in the House and Senate have promised bills to block the FCC’s move using the Congressional Review Act, which gives Congress the ability to kill recently passed regulations with a simple majority in both chambers and the president’s signature. Those bills have been backed by Senate Minority Leader Charles SchumerCharles (Chuck) Ellis SchumerAmerica isn’t ready to let Sessions off his leash Schumer celebrates New York Giants firing head coach: ‘About time’ GOP should reject the left’s pessimism and the deficit trigger MORE (D-N.Y.), who has vowed to force a vote on his chamber’s legislation.

“It’s 2018. If they don’t vote for net neutrality this spring, we can vote them out in November,” reads a banner on votefornetneutrality.com.

A pro-net neutrality group is launching a new campaign to pressure members of Congress into saving the Federal Communications Commission rules from repeal.

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