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Democratic senators face off in 'battle of the net' to promote net neutrality

Democratic senators face off in 'battle of the net' to promote net neutrality

Brace yourselves. Democrats, thinking it'd be a clever move, played a game of one-on-one basketball in "battle for the net" in order to promote net neutrality.

Sens. Corey Booker (D-N.J.)  and Jon Tester (D-Mont.) went head to head in a hard to watch basketball game consisting of layups, jump shots, three-pointers, throwdowns, and two middle-aged sweaty senators heavily winded.

The purpose of the game is geared toward blocking the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) repeal of net neutrality regulations and reinstating Obama-era rules. The duo introduced the Congressional Review Act resolution on Tuesday and is only one vote short of passing.


According to the Hill, in order for the pair's resolution to pass, it would still require a vote from a Republican and President Trump could still veto it.

See Pat's reaction above. 

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