Claman on Call: FCC to Propose Strong Net Neutrality Rules

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The Federal Communications Commission will propose strong net neutrality rules to change the way both mobile and fixed broadband firms are regulated. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is expected to circulate his proposal on Thursday that would prevent Internet providers from blocking or slowing Internet traffic.

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Taking a look at the markets Monday, U.S. stocks ended the day sharply higher, after earlier falling more than 120 points on weaker-than-expected economic data the Dow Jones Industrial Average rebounded into the close and finished with a gain of 196 points.

And this weekend was GM's deadline for victims of crashes tied to faulty ignition switches to file claims -- out of 4,180 claims, only 128 are eligible so far. Compensation czar Ken Feinberg joined FBN to discuss the difficult task of pricing a life and whether GM can now re-focus on its future -- head to FOXBusiness.com for a full interview.

Now here's what's coming up tomorrow: At 10 a.m. ET we'll get new factory orders for December. Plus, January new car sales will be trickling in all day. Ford, GM, Toyota, Chrysler and many others, we'll break down the biggest winners and losers.

Be sure to check out all of today's interviews on FOXBusiness.com/OnCall and tune into Countdown to the Closing Bell every week day at 3 p.m. ET.

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