All Democrats and one Republican support net neutrality bill in Senate

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A Senate bill to restore the recently repealed net neutrality rules now has support from 50 of 100 senators, and would pass if one more Republican backs the effort.

The measure has backing from all 49 members of the Senate Democratic caucus, including 47 Democrats and two independents who caucus with Democrats. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) is the only Republican to support the bill so far, but Democrats are trying to secure one more Republican vote.

Democrats announced the milestone in a press release today.

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