For his first battle against a Republican-controlled Congress, President Obama has chosen the Internet.
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Obama on Monday released an unusual video statement urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to enact the toughest possible rules on Internet service providers, thrilling liberal activists who have long pushed him to take a firmer stand on net neutrality.

The president’s announcement, coming less than a week after a disastrous midterm election for Democrats, appeared designed to reassure liberal activists that he is stiffening his spine for conflict with the new Republican majority.