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Let's Celebrate a Champion of Net Neutrality

Schuyler J. Dievendorf | 21 May 2014 18:55
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In 2009 he tackled his biggest opponent yet, the United States Government. He was elected Senator of Minnesota, and since his election he's made some serious contributions to the world. His first piece of legislation that he introduced was the Service Dogs for Veterans Act that aimed to pair wounded veterans with service dogs. He's also been a very vocal proponent of net neutrality, which has made him a hero in many people's eyes. Including ours. Thanks, Al!

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