Jeb Bush Wants to 'Repeal or Reform' Net Neutrality

In a broadside against federal regulators, GOP presidential hopeful Jeb Bush says he'd overturn the government's sweeping net neutrality rules that currently prohibit Internet providers from favoring some Web sites over others. Arguing that Washington is in the midst of a "regulatory crisis" spurred by President Obama and the Federal Communications Commission, Bush said that, if elected to the White House, he'd "repeal or reform" a number of regulations, beginning with net neutrality.