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Network Neutrality Issue Unites Political Foes
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Network Neutrality Issue Unites Political Foes

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Network Neutrality Issue Unites Political Foes

Network Neutrality Issue Unites Political Foes
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Once again, the old cliche "politics makes strange bedfellows" is proving itself true: The liberal advocacy group Moveon.org is fighting on the same side as the Christian Coalition. That may be the most headline-catching part of an issue with a notably dull name: Network Neutrality.

Advocates on both sides of the issue say the neutrality bill pending in Congress will have far-reaching implications for all Internet users.

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