One thing that’s become very clear over the year-and-a-quarter we’ve spent talking to our Members of Congress is that we in California are leaders of progressive change. From marriage equality to tech innovation, as goes California, so goes the nation.
The December decision by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to repeal Obama-era rules on net neutrality gives Californians another opportunity to lead. SB 822, introduced by San Francisco’s own Scott Wiener, aims to be the strongest net neutrality policy in the country. Under SB 822, Internet service providers would not be allowed to block content or discriminate against sites, services or users.
Passing this bill would set a precedent and encourage Federal lawmakers to stand up to the FCC. Help California lead the way. Ask your State senators to support a free and open Internet.
Thank you for all that you do,
Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi Office Action
Monday, April 9, 3-4pm
90 7th Street Suite 2-800
Brown Bag Lunch with Feinstein Staff
Friday, April 20, 12-1pm
Note new location: 301 Mission Street (lobby area)
Tracy Grassroots Organizing (GO) Team
Saturday, April 21, 11am-4pm
902 N. Central Ave. Suite 201
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Stand Up SF April Meeting
Sun, April 15, 2-4pm
Noe Valley Library
Guest speaker: Supervisor Jeff Sheehy, SF District 8