House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis. administers the House oath of office to Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., during a mock swearing in ceremony on Capitol Hill in Washington on Jan. 3. Both are being targeted by activists upset by recent Congressional votes that would allow internet service providers to sell consumers’ internet history without any permission.
House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis. administers the House oath of office to Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., during a mock swearing in ceremony on Capitol Hill in Washington on Jan. 3. Both are being targeted by activists upset by recent Congressional votes that would allow internet service providers to sell consumers’ internet history without any permission. Zach Gibson AP
House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis. administers the House oath of office to Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., during a mock swearing in ceremony on Capitol Hill in Washington on Jan. 3. Both are being targeted by activists upset by recent Congressional votes that would allow internet service providers to sell consumers’ internet history without any permission. Zach Gibson AP

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