The FCC was established to ensure that the Internet remained free - how is that not paradoxical? What is freer then being unregulated? What is freer than being detached from a federal government that continues to nose it's way into every industry in America? In establishing this "freedom", the FCC has passed LAWS on internet speed, subsidies for those not receiving "fast enough speeds" (under 25 MB/s, which is insane - I get 6 MB/s and it's more than enough), and more. What right do these unelected bureaucrats have in passing laws? Is that not a right given to the legislative branch by the Constitution? We need to disband unconstitutional institutions like this that ultimately serve no purpose. If establishing a bureau to keep the free, unregulated Internet free sounds dumb to you then vote yes so that we can continue to strip power from an unconstitutional leg of our government that serves only as a drain on the American taxpayer.