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Log InThere are a “whole lot of cultural and policy questions up for grabs in this Democratic primary.” Alex Burns on the differing visions for the future put forth by 20 Democratic presidential candidates in the debates. Evan Greer, deputy director of digital rights advocacy group Fight for the Future:"Hold the obituaries. net neutrality is not dead. Ajit Pai's absurd repeal of basic free speech protections is the most unpopular decision in the history of the FCC, and it will not stand. The Senate already passed a historic bipartisan resolution disapproving the repeal. Now the entire Internet is laser focused on getting the House of Representatives to do the same."