House Republicans head toward vote to nullify Web traffic rule

WASHINGTON - House Republicans moved to nullify a U.S. rule barring Internet-service providers led by AT&T Inc. from interfering with Web traffic, as minority Democrats defended the regulation. The rule “will harm jobs and the economy by stifling investment and innovation,” Representative Fred Upton, a Michigan Republican who chairs the Energy and Commerce Committee, said…

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