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Tell Susan Collins: We Support Internet Privacy

Susan Collins voted to scrap the protections that stopped internet providers from selling your data to advertising companies.


Susan Collins confirmed Trump’s nominee to lead the FCC -- who then proceeded to oversee the destruction of Net Neutrality.


If you follow the money, it all makes sense. Susan Collins has taken more than $127,000 from the telecom industry. It's just another example of Susan Collins catering to special interests instead of listening to Mainers.


But Maine Democrats are listening. We just passed some of the strongest internet privacy legislation in the country.


We don't have big special interests on our side, just grassroots support from people like you. Donate $20.20 or as much as you can to tell Susan Collins that Maine supports internet privacy.

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