In the past week, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R, Texas) both expressed interest in spending more on computer hardware, while Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) is also pushing for the Federal Communications Commission to expand broadband competition. 

 But both the House and Senate Republicans have also expressed opposition to a new bill proposed by Sen. Richard Burr (R) and Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R), both of whom are Democrats. 

The Burr-Chaffetz bill would give broadband providers, like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon, more latitude to offer cheaper plans that give consumers more choice. 

But it also includes language that would limit federal regulations and other protections against monopolies, such as those imposed by the 1934 Clayton Act, which prohibits anticompetitive behavior by companies with a dominant position in the market. 

Critics of the Burr-Schaffetz plan argue that it could create a new, more powerful monopoly that could force smaller ISPs to sell off their infrastructure and create a flood of competition that could drive prices down. 

“There is a lot of confusion in Congress,” Burr said in a statement Thursday.

“It’s important to understand that these amendments will be a boon for broadband providers and for consumers.

They will create competition, which is the backbone of our economy.

But the problem with this bill is that it will lead to a lot more regulation, which will result in more monopoly.

The FCC needs to take a close look at the Burr and Chaffetz bill, as well as the Senate proposal.” 

Chaffetetz is also urging the FCC to consider expanding broadband competition in other ways.

He said in his statement that the FCC must consider the needs of rural communities and “create a system that will enable them to get broadband, so they can do more with less.” 

The FCC is currently considering a proposal to allow ISPs to offer “fast lanes” for consumers, which would give them more access to fast lanes.

The idea has gained support from some members of Congress, including Sen. Lamar Alexander (R.-Tenn.). 

 “I want to be clear about one thing: the FCC is not going to create an industry-created ‘fast lane,’ or ‘fast path’ or anything like that,” Alexander said in an interview with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow on Thursday. 

He said that Congress should not “set the terms for what will happen on the internet.” 

“If you think about the rules that exist today, there’s no way for the FCC or the Department of Justice or the rest of the federal government to make sure that the rules for the internet are just.

That’s just not how the internet works,” Alexander added.

“We don’t need to set a single set of rules.

We should set rules that are designed to facilitate the free flow of information and innovation and free competition.” 

Burrs statement came in response to a question from Maddow about whether he supported the Burr bill. 

Burrus is a former congressman from North Carolina who has made his reputation in the Republican Party as a staunch supporter of telecommunications. 

In the past, he has supported the Republican efforts to block the repeal of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, which made it easier for telecommunications companies to discriminate against competition.

Burr has long advocated for broadband infrastructure.

During his time as chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, he championed legislation that would have allowed the FCC, under the leadership of former Democratic Rep. Fred Upton (R., Mich.), to open up broadband to wireless carriers.

Burr also has criticized FCC Chairman Ajit Pai for his decision to not renew the Lifeline program, which was designed to help people who had limited Internet access get back on their feet.

Burrs comments on broadband are in line with what other Republicans have said about the Burr proposal.

Rep. Steve King (R.IA.) has said that he would support Burr’s legislation if it included more competition.

Rep, Kevin Brady (R.), a former House Republican leader, said that if Burr and company were willing to pass an open-Internet bill, he would “love to be a part of it.”

Rep. Mark Meadows (R.) told MSNBC that he was “not a fan of” Burr’s proposal.

He added that he believes it will create a “monopoly.” 

 Burrows proposal would also be opposed by many consumer groups, including consumer advocacy group Common Cause. 

It said that Burr’s proposed legislation would create a legal environment in which broadband providers could raise prices and block competition.

“The Burr bill would allow companies to raise prices on consumers by making it harder to get online or charge fees for access to online content,” the group said in its statement.

“For consumers, it would mean higher bills and fewer choices.

This is especially true for rural Americans and the poorest Americans who already pay more for broadband. 

Rep. John Carter (R

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