"... it looks like the Federal Communications Commission will put off a decision on net neutrality until at least next year. The agency's tentative agenda for its Dec. 11 meeting, released this afternoon, doesn't include a vote on open Internet rules."
Reportedly, the reason for the postponement:
"... after President Barack Obama publicly urged the FCC to reclassify broadband as a utility service, Wheeler indicated the agency would need additional time to consider the legal questions posed by reclassifying broadband. “The more deeply we examined the issues around the various legal options, the more it has become plain that there is more work to do,” Wheeler said..."
The FCC could change its December 11 meeting agenda. If it doesn't, then the next time it could vote about net neutrality would be at its January 29, 2015 meeting.