US Rep. Guinta on today's FCC ruling

WASHINGTON. D.C. –Congressman Guinta released the following statement regarding today’s vote by the Federal Communications Commission to enact a 322 page regulatory ruling regulating the Internet as a public utility:


“The last thing the Internet needs is to be at the heavy hands of more government regulation.  The Internet has been successful precisely because it has been permitted to grow and prosper without excessive rulemaking.  In the Granite State, our motto is ‘live free or die.’  Today’s decision by a body of unelected bureaucrats threatens our freedom and jeopardizes American innovation, economic growth and jobs. I will fight to keep our Internet open and accessible for all.”