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H.R.3924 Real Stimulus Act of 2009, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Oct 27, 2009 Referred to the Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet.

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  • 39% of users support H.R.3924

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    • ByeByeBlackburn: Blackburn Cashes in by Being Water Girl for the ... - December 22, 2010 by ByeByeBlackburn - Blackburn, representative for Tennessee's seventh district, introduced HR 3924, a bill which prohibits government regulation and oversight of the Internet, in October, 2009. Blackburn sits on the Communications, Technology and Internet ...

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      As noted by ByeByeBlackburn on December 22, 2010, "Blackburn, representative for Tennessee's seventh district, introduced HR 3924, a bill which prohibits government regulation and oversight of the Internet, in October, 2009. Blackburn sits on the Communications, Technology and Internet ..." (http://byebyeblackburn.blogspot.com/2010/12/blackburn-cashes-in-by-being-water-girl.html)
    • Blackburn Fights Against Net Neutrality - December 21, 2010 by Government News Feeds - Blackburn spoke with bloggers today about her bill — HR 3924 — that will do just that. Read an excerpt of the CNBC interview here: LL: Should the Government have the right to have such reach into the internet? ...

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      As noted by Government News Feeds on December 21, 2010, "Blackburn spoke with bloggers today about her bill — HR 3924 — that will do just that. Read an excerpt of the CNBC interview here: LL: Should the Government have the right to have such reach into the internet? ..." (http://govnewstweets.com/2010/12/blackburn-fights-against-net-neutrality/)
    • Is Blackburn's bill dead on arrival? - December 06, 2010 by Law and Politics of Broadband - I don't think HR 3924 goes far enough. Part of the problem with the FCC as well as other regulatory agencies, is that it proceeds from the faulty premise that the markets for communications services need some ongoing intervention. ...

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      As noted by Law and Politics of Broadband on December 06, 2010, "I don't think HR 3924 goes far enough. Part of the problem with the FCC as well as other regulatory agencies, is that it proceeds from the faulty premise that the markets for communications services need some ongoing intervention. ..." (http://lawandpoliticsofbroadband.com/2010/12/is-blackburn%E2%80%99s-bill-dead-on-arrival/)

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