They say the agency uses inconsistant definitions for high-speed Internet service.
Many lawmakers might be violating FCC restrictions with telephone town hall events.
Republicans need to take a stand for the future freedom of the Internet and not cede US control.
Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) is among the lawmakers added to the NRCC program.
We can look forward to years of litigation and regulatory uncertainty.
Rep. Greg Walden said the White House has put "shock collars" on Democrats.
Tensions are high in Congress before the FCC's vote.
A House subcommittee will meet just 24 hours before the FCC votes.
Republicans say the FCC has compromised its integrity with new rules.
The FCC doesn't typically release its rules until it issues them.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo hasn’t given an indication yet of what he plans to do.
Speaker John Boehner is making a friendly wager on the Ohio State vs. Oregon football game.
Raúl Labrador said the protest has been "peaceful."
"I don't think it is funny. I think it's serious," Rep. Anna Eshoo said.
Congress will step up oversight of a wireless broadband network, says key lawmaker.
The FCC is "ill equipped for the innovation era," Rep. Greg Walden said.
The new rules are “a total overreach,” said Rep. Greg Walden.
FCC chairman is under pressure from Republicans.
Only Congress can create the certainty and direction industry requires.
Proposed rules leave legislative push floundering.
Releasing the draft rules early “runs contrary” to FCC procedure, Chairman Tom Wheeler said.
Congress is embarking on a new fight over the Internet.
Lawmakers are narrowing their focus for a net neutrality bill.
Rep. Greg Walden wants the chairman of the FCC to work with Congress on new rules.