Last week, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh doubled down on his stance that net neutrality is illegal and unconstitutional.
If the Senate votes Kavanaugh onto the Supreme Court, telecom giants like AT&T could challenge net neutrality laws all the way to the nation’s highest court. It would be a disaster for the free and open Internet.
Regardless of how you feel about Judge Kavanaugh’s other views, our basic Internet freedom is too important to let the Senate install an anti-Internet justice on the Supreme Court.
Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings just ended and senators are deciding RIGHT NOW how they’re going to vote. Click here to tell your senators to defend net neutrality and vote against Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination.
A vote could come in the next few weeks, so we urgently need you to pressure your senator.3
The FCC’s repeal of net neutrality is a temporary setback. We’re fighting in Congress, in the states, and in the courts to restore it. But if big ISPs have a friend sitting on the Supreme Court, he can essentially overrule anything we do to bring back net neutrality.
We only have have a few days left to stop this, and we need your help.