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I know I've posted a diary from Senator Al Franken (D. MN) regarding net neutrality but Franken is aiming to get more signatures by tomorrow in support of protecting net neutrality:
If the fight for net neutrality were a movie, this would be the part where the good guys have just taken a serious hit -- but they’re re-grouping, planning their strategy, and gathering strength for a big comeback.

There might even be a montage. And if there were, it might feature some of the 54,608 people who have signed onto our petition to save net neutrality -- people like you!

Can you join these folks by signing my petition today?

http://www.alfranken.com/...

In case you need a reminder: Net neutrality is in trouble because a federal judge stopped rules from going into effect that would have made sure that the Internet stays free and open to us all.

That’s bad news for small businesses, independent artists, and, maybe most of all, consumers, who could soon see higher rates for Internet service and face new obstacles to accessing the content they want.

But the fight isn’t over -- not by a long shot. And our petition to save net neutrality is gathering strength every day.

Can you help us get the petition to 75,000 signers by February 7th by adding your name right now?

http://www.alfranken.com/...

These are tough times for net neutrality advocates. But the ending of this story hasn’t yet been written. And now’s our chance to make sure it’s a happy ending.

Thanks,

Al

P.S.: Every name counts when it comes to saving net neutrality. Click here to sign on today and let’s grow this movement!

You can click here to add your name:

http://www.alfranken.com/...

And please do pass along this diary to gather more signatures.

Originally posted to pdc on Thu Feb 06, 2014 at 09:15 AM PST.

Also republished by The Democratic Wing of the Democratic Party.

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