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Obama backed the controversial Internet regulations, but Congress and the courts will have their say.
Net neutrality may get more attention, but the FCC is also making a major push for community Internet service—a priority for Obama.
"Even as members of Congress like the House Energy and Commerce Committee have tried to reach out to find a bipartisan solution, we have not found a willing partner in the FCC or the White House."
An Obama administration official dismisses any link between the FCC's rules and international authority over the Internet.
Net-neutrality advocates deride anger as the "latest episode of House Republicans' long-running IRS-Benghazi-death-panels clown show."
The top 10 tech and telecom lobby spenders paid out more than $125 million for lobbying in 2014.
"No one supports the Bill of Rights more than I do, but free speech has limitations," Rep. Ted Poe said.