If the senator has his way, the next Congress will look at patent trolls and email privacy.
The FCC is still drafting rules for net neutrality.
GOP lawmakers have made it clear Obama's regulatory agenda is on their 2015 hit list.
Obama said he is confident the FCC will develop rules against "paid prioritization."
Rep. Keith Ellison invoked the Ferguson, Mo., protests.
A survey found that the vast majority opposed the notion of “fast lanes” on cellphones and tablets.
The support could lead to stronger net neutrality rules.
Wireless companies are pushing back against possible net neutrality rules.
Lawmakers are ready for a fight over new regulations on Web service companies.
The agency had received about 3.7 million comments by deadline, a spokesman said.
Net neutrality will remain in the spotlight this week, both on and off Capitol Hill.
Sites across the Web Wednesday are protesting the FCC "fast lane" plan.
Commissioner Ajit Pai was "disappointed" that the FCC's roundtables were held in Washington.
The auto giant said regulations could "needlessly" constrain mobile networks.
A brand-new coalition has already hired its first lobbyists.
Former Rep. Chip Pickering is leading the new Internet Freedom Business Alliance.
Rep. Henry Waxman wants the FCC to combine its legal powers for net neutrality rules.
An FCC commissioner is scheduled to hold a new forum in Texas.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is looking beyond "monochromatic" options.
Rep. Anna Eshoo wants "a light regulatory approach" that can pass the courts.
The controversial move "is very much on the table,” Tom Wheeler said.
Comments from the public flooded the FCC ahead of the midnight deadline.
Rep. Anna Eshoo wants to call it “Freedom Against Internet Restrictions (FAIR)."
“If there were Internet slow lanes, you’d still be waiting,” reads one banner.