The House of Representatives this morning voted on the Save the Internet Act to restore Obama-era Title II rules. The Internet Innovation Alliance today released the following statement:

Rather than pushing a partisan solution whose efficacy is debated, members of Congress should advance bipartisan net neutrality legislation. Three Republican bills now introduced by House Energy and Commerce Committee leaders offer promising starts, containing the very open internet provisions that Congressional Democrats sought in 2010 and President Obama’s FCC implemented that same year: no blocking, no throttling, no paid prioritization.

Such a bipartisan accomplishment could both save the internet and perhaps help save (or at least improve) Americans’ faith in government.”