Scientists tell us there's no such thing as a perpetual motion machine, but they haven't seen the interminable debate over network neutrality rules which has raged now for close to two decades.
Net Neutrality and a "Resolution of Disapproval"
Late last week, the Federal Communications Commission—perhaps a bit hopefully—announced that the final repeal of the rules imposed previously by the FCC would take effect on June 11.
But that news was overshadowed by reports from Capitol Hill that opponents of repeal had enough support to force a Senate vote to block the rescission.
Supporters of net neutrality regulation shouldn't get unduly excited about this roll call, which is technically a "resolution of disapproval" under the 1996 Congressional Review Act.