A customs bill would indefinitely ban state and local taxes of Internet access.
The company wants justices to overturn a ruling that it violated Apple's design patents.
The bill is backed by Yelp and other online review platforms.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal wants the FAA to finalize broader drone rules.
The FAA said drone users will have to pay a $5 fee and register their devices.
If passed, the bill would give contractors in the on-demand economy the right to unionize.
They say attendance makes outsiders "complicit" in China's digital crackdown.
The agency is requiring drone uses to pay a $5 fee and register by Feb. 19, 2016.
The Department of Homeland Security feared backlash, according to a news report.
Regulators have received 10 reports of the popular toy catching fire.
The loophole is expected to be closed off soon.
A DraftKings lawyer said the company would appeal the ruling.
The agency is requiring users to pay $5 to register their drones by Feb. 19.
Some 40 percent, however, do see a link.
The bill still needs to be signed by the city's mayor.
The Information Technology Industry Council represents Apple, Google and Facebook, among others.
Providers urge members not to strip out a permanent ban on state and local taxes of Internet access...
Some had recommended keeping the recreational database private.
Safety concerns have forced the retailer to remove some hoverboards from its site.
The network is planning to use drones for "newsgathering and reporting activities."
Tech companies are pressing hard to keep controversial language related to the Federal...
At least for now, talk of new regulations for companies like Uber and Lyft has dissipated.
Retailers made a similar call a day earlier.
Researchers said the incidents occurred between 2013 and 2015.