Net Neutrality: How Did House Reps. Vote on the FCC's 2011 Net Neutrality Rule?

November 10, 2014In 2010, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a rule designed to enshrine net neutrality as the law of the land, prohibiting fixed-line internet service providers from blocking or discriminating against traffic to lawful content on the web. In April 2011, the House of Representatives passed a resolution of disapproval against the FCC's net neutrality rule.

How did members of the House of Representatives vote on the 2011 resolution?

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MapLight California reveals campaign contributions to Assemblymembers and Senators in the California State Legislature. We show how much interest groups like gas and electric utilities and attorneys and law firms contribute to your representatives in Sacramento. More details...

We currently include contributions made between Jan. 1, 2003 and Dec. 31, 2012 to legislators who have served in the 2009-2010 and 2011-2012 sessions.

Top Senate Recipients Funded

Last four years of available data, Jan. 1, 2009 - Dec. 31, 2012.

Cathleen Galgiani$3,350,480
Richard Roth$3,028,308
Fran Pavley$2,972,495
Anthony Cannella$2,793,973
Ted Lieu$2,728,173
Tony Strickland$2,658,057
Marty Block$2,628,282
Mimi Walters$2,214,442
Michael Rubio$2,196,499
Abel Maldonado$2,104,945

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Top Assembly Recipients Funded

Last two years of available data, Jan. 1, 2011 - Dec. 31, 2012.

Ken Cooley$4,113,825
John Perez$2,621,242
Al Muratsuchi$2,333,471
Bill Berryhill$2,211,753
Betsy Butler$2,150,350
Michael Allen$2,074,897
Jose Medina$1,950,603
Jeff Miller$1,945,543
Ed Chau$1,470,913
Connie Conway$1,454,549

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