FCC Chairman Flip Flops On Internet Tax: Here’s What You Need To Know

    FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler testies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on communications and technology on capitol hill in Washington, D.C. on December 12, 2013. Wheeler told members of congress his agency sees no reason to ban mobile phone calls on planes. UPI/Kevin Dietsch

    A new video is spotlighting Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler’s flip-flop on an internet tax.

    According to the Project For Internet Freedom:

    “Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler made a point, over and over and over, to insist he and the FCC had no interest in regulating broadband rates.

    Turns out, he was just #cartwheeling. (Watch our video to learn more.)

    A bill banning Wheeler’s rate regulations is hitting the floor soon.

    Please, urge your Congressman to vote for HR 2666 to protect the future of the Internet from the FCC’s out-of-touch price-setting.

    You can find your Congressman’s contact by clicking here or by calling 202-224-3121.”