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Net neutrality is on its deathbed, and Senate Democrats are trying their best to zap it back to life. In December, the Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 to end net neutrality rules, which were put in place during the Obama administration to keep an open Internet and prevent providers from making adjustments to web browsing speeds based on websites paying to play. New FCC Chairman Ajit Pai vouched for the overhaul as part of a broader Trump administration push to deregulate anything and everything from the previous eight years. The FCC's decision is set to take effect on June 11, but on Wednesday, Senate Democrats will force a long shot vote to save net neutrality. They’re banking on a provision in the Congressional Review Act that allows Congress to overturn federal agency rules with a majority vote, and there are currently 49 Democratic senators—plus Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine)—who’ve indicated they’ll be a “yes” on the measure. Problem is, that still requires one more Republican to flip, and even then, the House and President Trump would have to sign off on the change as well. That’s almost certainly not going to happen, though this vote puts Republicans on the record with where they stand regarding net neutrality heading into the midterms. Over the last 14 days, “Net Neutrality + Senate” has a 67 percent positive score on Social.—Alex Shultz

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