Blackburn, a member of the House Communications subcommittee, also mentioned hearings as a way to push back against the FCC.
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski proposed formal net-neutrality rules on Wednesday, pending passage in a commission vote in December. He received support from Democrats and intense opposition from Republicans.
Still, there might be little the Republicans can do to stop Genachowski — it's unclear that Democrats will be enthusiastic to sign onto a Republican bill blocking net neutrality.
One indicator to that effect: Rep. Gene GreenGene GreenLobbying World A guide to the committees: House Overnight Healthcare: Trump officials weigh fate of birth control mandate | House, DOJ seek delay in ObamaCare lawsuit MORE (D-Texas), who rallied Democrats against strict FCC regulations this year, commended the FCC for moderating its views in its most recent proposal.
Further, President Obama made a campaign promise to support net neutrality, so he might be unlikely to sign such a bill.