House pannel voted for a Net Neutrality bill

C|net is reporting that a US House of Reps panel voted in favor of a Net Neutrality bill.

By a 20-13 vote Thursday that partially followed party lines, the House Judiciary Committee approved a bill that would require broadband providers to abide by strict Net neutrality principles, meaning that their networks must be operated in a “nondiscriminatory” manner. All 14 Democrats on the committee–joined by 6 Republicans–supported the measure, while 13 Republicans opposed it.

I don’t think we’ve won this war yet, but this seems like a decisive victory.