Senate Democrats won a vote to preserve net neutrality regulations, a victory for a measure that still faces obstacles to becoming law but could appeal to young voters and boost the party in mid-term elections. The Senate voted 52 to 47 with three Republicans joining all the Democrats and independents, in favor of a resolution to eliminate the Republican-led Federal Communications Commission’s December gutting of earlier rules passed by Democrats. The Senate measure needs to win a vote in the House where Republicans have a larger majority, and to get a signature from President Donald Trump, who supports the FCC’s action.

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