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Net Neutrality Vote Could Be Pushed Off Until Friday

Congressional debate over spending means everything else on the legislative calendar is in flux, including a vote on a House resolution to repeal net neutrality rules.

The resolution was sent to the full House Monday, but the ongoing budget battle has pushed a final vote off. A spokeswoman for House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., says the vote was scheduled for today but could happen tomorrow.

The measure is now scheduled for "possible consideration" Thursday.

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