Statement from Jim Doyle

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT Jana Plat jplat@businessfwd.org (202) 861-1270 May 23, 2019, Washington, DC—Jim Doyle, President of Business Forward, released the following statement after 47 House Democrats called for a bipartisan process to reach consensus on net neutrality legislation: “We’re encouraged to hear that so many House Democrats are working to finish the job on net neutrality. “The bill passed last month in the House was an important step forward, but the only way we’ll...

STATEMENT FROM JIM DOYLE, PRESIDENT, BUSINESS FORWARD REGARDING THE HOUSE PASSING THE “SAVE THE INTERNET ACT”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT Jana Plat jplat@businessfwd.org (805) 207-5741 April 10, 2019, Washington, DC—Jim Doyle, President of Business Forward, released the following statement regarding the House passing the “Save the Internet Act:” Today, the House passed meaningful net neutrality legislation. It’s a big step forward and the result of a lot of hard work by Democrats. But a bill that can only pass one half of Congress isn’t a real solution. We need a bipartisan...

STATEMENT FROM JIM DOYLE, PRESIDENT, BUSINESS FORWARD ON HOUSE SUBCOMMITTEE’S ADVANCEMENT OF NET NEUTRALITY LEGISLATION

March 26, 2019, Washington, DC—Jim Doyle, President of Business Forward, issued the following statement in response to the House Communications Subcommittee advancement today of the Save the Internet Act of 2019. “Business Forward has done hundreds of briefings on technology issues with business leaders across the country, and one thing is clear: outside of Washington, net neutrality isn’t a partisan issue. Just about everyone supports rules to prevent blocking, throttling, and...

STATEMENT FROM JIM DOYLE, PRESIDENT, BUSINESS FORWARD ON NEWLY INTRODUCED NET NEUTRALITY LEGISLATION

March 6, 2019, Washington, DC—Jim Doyle, President of Business Forward, issued the following statement in response to today’s introduction of the Save the Internet Act of 2019. “I commend Chairman Pallone and his Committee for taking this step. Net neutrality affects everyone, but it is critical to small businesses and start-ups. To pass their bill, the Bill’s sponsors will need Republican votes. To win Republican votes, they may need to make some changes, particularly to Title II....