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The two Republican members of the Federal Communications Commission are urging the Democratic chairman to delay a high-drama vote on a secret Internet regulation plan, with one warning the proposal would “impose rules upon almost every nut and bolt” of how Americans use the Internet.
The so-called net neutrality plan, which has not been made public, is scheduled for an FCC vote on Thursday.
After warning about the implications of the proposal for weeks, Republican Commissioners Ajit Pai and Mike O’Rielly made a last-minute, two-pronged appeal to the chairman on Monday: “immediately release” the 332-plan, and delay the vote for at least 30 days so the public can review it.