2) AT&T thinks you do. The phone giant is trying to make you believe that its takeover of T-Mobile would be good for jobs, innovation and the economy, while saving you hundreds of dollars on your mobile bill. The opposite is true. But reality didn’t stop AT&T from making these claims in a massive FCC filing that was such a fantasy that the Los Angeles Times said it came from Alice in Wonderland. You can join us to stop this merger. Sign this letter now. If powerful members of the Antitrust Subcommittee hear from enough people like you and me, they can stop this AT&T nightmare from becoming reality.
3) After the House voted on a “resolution” that would take away any Net Neutrality protections, you and 87,000 Free Press activists sent a letter to your senators urging them to “defend our right to an open Internet.” Sen. Franken (see photo), and he had something to say about it — on the Senate floor. “I received 87,000 letters opposing the House’s effort to undo the FCC’s open Internet rules,” Sen. Franken said in a passionate speech calling on his fellow senators to stand with you and defeat the House’s dangerous overreach. We need 50 more senators to stand up for Net Neutrality: Donate today to help us get there.
4) Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich has an urgent message about a new plan gaining traction in Washington. He calls it “the Republican plan with lipstick,” and it’s really dangerous. It includes a “Medicare kill switch” that we have to stop. To find out how it works, check out Reich’s warning and then pass it on so we can stop this plan before it gets off the ground.