Oh GODS, here we go again! Neither this nor any bundle of rules and laws can legitimately be called network neutrality. How has the discourse about about this crucial topic been so completely co-opted and misdirected?
Network neutrality is what happens when citizens collectively own the network infrastructure, not the various builders of bits and pieces of it. It's shared infrastructure, just like roads and highways: do we allow the builders and maintainers of those to retain ownership? No, they are contractors for a public trust.
The Internet is not different, yet certain vested interests have managed to divert attention from this and misdirect the conversation to techniques and tactics which they are already quite skilled at thwarting. The service providers are lying to you: as much as they claim to despise and fear network neutrality LAWS, those are exactly what they do want. What they do NOT want is any conversation that suggests a public buyout of the wires. As long as they physically control the wires, network neutrality cannot and will not ever exist.