Montana's future -- and the future of every state across the country -- depends on a free and open internet. Today Montana became the first state in the nation to actually do something to safeguard internet freedom.
I signed an executive order at my former high school to ensure the State of Montana will only do business with companies that adhere to net neutrality and I'm inviting all other states to join me.
If you're ready to stand with me and declare once and for all that a free and open internet is the key to our future -- then sign our petition in support of Net Neutrality.
There has been a lot of talk around the country about how to respond to the recent decision by the Federal Communications Commission to repeal net neutrality rules, which keep the internet free and open. It’s time to actually do something about it.
Here in Montana, we heard the talk, and then decided to act.
This is a simple step that states can take to preserve and protect net neutrality. We can’t wait for the folks in Washington, DC to come to their senses and reinstate these rules.
It's just too important.
Sign our petition in support of net neutrality and tell Washington, DC that if they won't act, we will.