Tomorrow, Wednesday, the House Communications and Technology Subcommittee is scheduled to hold a hearing to discuss the Federal Communications Commission's proposed net neutrality regulations. The panel, which has jurisdiction over the FCC, is expected to hear testimony from several witnesses critical of the agency's proposed rules. On Thursday, the FCC itself is scheduled to vote on the proposed net neutrality rules.

DATA:
Broadband Internet providers gave, on average, 2.9 times more money ($67,272) to members of the Communications and Technology Subcommittee compared to members of the entire House of Representatives ($23,186).

Broadband Internet providers gave, on average, 3.1 times more money ($74,363) to Republican members of the subcommittee compared to Republican members of the House ($24,175).

Broadband Internet providers gave, on average, 2.6 times more money ($57,454) to Democratic members of the subcommittee compared to Democratic members of the House ($21,896).

Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR), the chairman of the Communications and Technology Subcommittee, received $189,950 from Broadband Internet providers, second only to Rep. John Boehner's (R-OH) $195,375.

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