Contact FreedomWorks

400 North Capitol Street, NW
Suite 765
Washington, DC 20001

  • Toll Free 1.888.564.6273
  • Local 202.783.3870
""
""
http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/field/image/Happening_On_The_Hill_Blog01_23_4_5.jpg?itok=SHuIq3UL
Blog

Capitol Hill Update: February 26, 2018

The House and Senate are in session this week.

02/26/2018
""
""
http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/field/image/rural.jpg?itok=VzYQs5yZ
Blog

House Rural Broadband Caucus Urges FCC to Support TV White Space Broadband

Recently, the economic disparity of the urban-rural divide has garnered substantial attention, especially as it relates to Internet and technological expansion. Rural economies suffer from a lack of Internet connectivity relative to urban areas, with rural adults being 10 percent less likely to have broadband or smartphones than urban adults.

07/31/2017
""
""
http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/field/image/Happening_On_The_Hill_Blog01_0.jpg?itok=O9imIoeX
Blog

Capitol Hill Update: July 17, 2017

The House and Senate are in session this week.

07/17/2017
""
""
http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/te_social_media_share/fw_default_0.jpg?itok=mX_C44GW
Blog

Support the Restoring Internet Freedom Act, S. 993

On behalf of our activist community, I urge you to contact your senators and ask them to cosponsor the Restoring Internet Freedom Act, S. 993, introduced by Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah). The bill would repeal the Federal Communications Commission’s 2015 Open Internet Order, through which the agency claimed regulatory power over the Internet, designating Internet service providers (ISPs) as “common carriers” under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934.

05/02/2017
""
""
http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/te_social_media_share/fw_default_0.jpg?itok=mX_C44GW
Key Vote

Key Vote YES on S.J.Res. 34 in the House of Representatives

On behalf of our activist community, I urge you to contact your representative and ask him or her to vote YES on S.J.Res. 34, a resolution of disapproval under the Congressional Review Act, of the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission relating to “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services.” This resolution aims to halt agency overreach by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). FreedomWorks Foundation submitted a comment to FCC in opposition to this rule.

03/28/2017
""
""
http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/field/image/United_States_Capitol_-_west_front_0_4_1_7.jpg?itok=h-4NvqOq
Blog

Capitol Hill Update: March 27, 2017

Schedule:

03/27/2017
""
""
http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/field/image/Happening_On_The_Hill_Blog01_14.jpg?itok=vMrmGeGX
Blog

Capitol Hill Update: January 23, 2017

Schedule:

01/23/2017
""
""
http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/te_social_media_share/fw_default_0.jpg?itok=mX_C44GW
Press Release

FreedomWorks Foundation Sends Comments to FCC on Proposed Privacy Rules

FreedomWorks Foundation sent comments on Friday in response to the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) proposed privacy rules for Internet service providers (ISPs). The rules, introduced in March, limit the ability of ISPs to share data about consumers’ online habits and personal information without their permission.

05/31/2016
""
""
http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/field/image/FCC-zero-rating-plan_0.jpg?itok=IuYDs1wo
Blog

Letter to FCC Calls for Transparency of Zero-Rating Plans

In a Tuesday morning letter to the Federal Trade Commission, a group of tech companies and advocates including the Center for Media Justice, Yelp, Pinterest, and Kickstarter have expressed concerned over the FCC’s application of net neutrality rules to zero-rating plans.

05/24/2016
""
""
http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/field/image/download_1.jpg?itok=9yNJ4xzI
Blog

Net Neutrality Rider Hitchhikes with Spending Bill

Net neutrality supporters, along with many Democrats, were left woeful after the Senate Appropriations Committee passed a spending bill that affected the FCC (Federal Communications Commission). Contained within the spending bill was a rider that blocks the FCC from regulating broadband rates that Internet service providers charge their customers.

07/27/2015

Pages