The vote on a proposal by FCC Chairmain Ajit Pai, to repeal Title II Net Neutrality has happened, and the FCC has voted to repeal net neutrality.
The FCC hosted an open meeting were each FCC Commisioner talked about there thoughts on Net Neutrality before they all voted on repealing Net Neutrality or not
You could watch the vote live at: https://www.fcc.gov/general/live
California has passed a law and Montanas govenor has signed an exuctive order imposing different forms of Net Neutrality. As a result, it is likely isps (internet service providers) will not do aything made legal after the repeal of Net Neutrality by the FCC as doing so is not legal in two US states.
NOTE: NET NEUTRALITY BEING REPEALED DOES NOT MEAN YOU WILL NEED TO PAY FOR FASTER SPEEDS TO CERTAIN WEBSITES OR WEBSITES WILL NEED TO PAY UP TO STAY ONLINE. IT IS UP TO THE INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS TO CHARGE EXTRA FOR WEBSITE TO HAVE FASTER SPEEDS THROUGH THERE WIFI SERVICES. ALTHOUGH MANY MAJOR INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS ARE PREDICTED BY MANY TO CHARGE EXTRA FOR WEBSITES TO BE CONNECTED TO AT FASTER SPEEDS THROUGH THERE WIFI SERVICES, THERE IS ALSO A FEW MAJOR INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS PREDICTED TO NOT CHARGE WEBSITES EXTRA FOR FASTER CONNECTION SPEEDS, SUCH AS GOOGLE FIBER, GOOGLE'S WIFI SERVICE.