>The vote is obviously good news for net neutrality proponents, but it's also just the first step, and the next will be much more difficult. The bill will now move to the House, where another majority vote is required, but Republicans have stronger control, with 235 members versus the Democrats' 193. If the measure passes the House, it will go to the President, who can veto it if he so chooses. Given his disdain for government regulations, and the fact that Ajit Pai, the driving force behind the repeal, was appointed as FCC chairman by the current President, it seems like a long shot.
Not time to celebrate yet, still a big fight ahead!