The House's attempt to overturn so-called net neutrality rules may be close to an end, at least for now.
Republicans have been hammering away at the Federal Communications Commission's rules since they were enacted in December, and on Tuesday, House members went at it again.
On Thursday the House is expected to vote on a resolution which would repeal the rules, but the resolution isn't expected to make it past the Senate, or the White House, which has threatened to veto it.
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