So, as you can see below, Net Neutrality lost in the House. So now the real fight is going to be in the Senate.
Now, I was just doing a bit of research tonight. And I found an article in Communications Daily
which says this about the Snowe-Dorgan bill, which is the Net Neutrality legislation in the Senate ...
An early order of business is getting at least one more GOP co-sponsor on the Snowe-Dorgan bill (S-2917). Commerce Committee Ranking Member Inouye (D-Hawaii), Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Leahy (D-Vt.) and Sens. Boxer (D- Cal.), Clinton (D-N.Y.), Obama (D-Ill.) and Wyden (D-Ore.) have signed on to the bill. Net neutrality backers pledged to get more lawmakers from both sides of the aisle aligned with them. The House vote should be a "wake-up call to anyone who cares about the future of the Internet," said Google Washington Policy Counsel Alan Davidson. American Library Assn. Dir.-Govt. Relations Lynne Bradley said she hoped House members will see "the error of their ways."
Okay, so Dorgan, Inouye, Leahy, Boxer, Clinton, Obama and Wyden are down for Net Neutrality. Just because someone's not a cosponsor, you can't infer from that that they're not for it. But it does give a list to start with of who's on the right side.
Now, here's what I'd like to do. Many of you out there are working this debate and you know which senators are leaning which way. But everybody can get on the Net and start googling. So I want your help in putting together a list of where the different Democrats stand on this issue. Let us know what you find out.