Protesters urge Sen. Hatch to save net neutrality

Local News

SALT LAKE CITY (News4Utah)- About a dozen protesters gathered outside of Utah Senator Orrin Hatch’s Salt Lake City office Wednesday.

They’re urging him to restore open internet rules or “net neutrality”.

Protesters say the FCC overstepped their bounds when they voted late last year to end net neutrality.

Activists wants Senator Hatch to help restore internet protections and undo the FCC’s vote.

His vote would be the final Senate vote need to pass that bill.

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