Inside Sources cited CEI's Senior Fellow Ryan Radia on net neutrality.
Ryan Radia, a research fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), however, thinks compromise between Democrats and Republicans is unlikely because the pending lawsuits over net neutrality rules are so contentious.
“I don’t think the odds of any meaningful legislative change are going to go up with a Democratic House,” he told InsideSources.
But it’s possible Democrats could pass a net neutrality bill through the House to force a debate on the topic and send a message to the voters focused on the issue–many of them young activists important to the party. Even if the bill eventually dies in the Senate or on Trump’s desk, the Center for Democracy and Technology’s Vice President for Policy Chris Calabrese said it could set the stage for future success.