The Federal Communications Commission could vote this week to roll back net neutrality rules. There is fear that could lead to higher prices and less access to the internet. South Dakota Senator John Thune says he is hearing about it.
Thune, Chairman of the Commerce Committee which over sees the FCC, says Congress needs a more active role in managing the internet.
Thune says the FCC action will roll back rules put in place during the Obama administration.
Currently, internet service providers have to maintain equal access to all users of the internet.