The threat of repealing Obama's Net Neutrality regulations should be of huge concern to everyone.
It's a shame that this seems to be largely passing under the radar for a lot of people. The implications of it being repealed are massive, and before it was put in place companies like Comcast were starting to abuse their position in order to use things like throttling to extort money from content providers.
The campaign to repeal net neutrality is a fairly blatant attempt to pave the way for them to continue with these shady practices which serve no purpose except to enable these companies to be able to extort money.
This article explains the situation quite well.
Most of the arguments laid out in the FCC propaganda document rely on the flawed logic that everything was fine for two decades up until 2015, so returning to the rules in place at that time will be fine. That ignores the fact that, even though it was true for years that things worked fine under that framework, ISPs like Comcast and Verizon had begun to rock the boat and start to explore how to extort tolls from content providers, or throttle or block access to specific content, or offer tiered services with internet fastlanes or bundled packages of websites the way cable TV is sold.