News.com reports that the leaders of the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee released a five-page bill that would embed “net neutrality” provisions into federal antitrust laws. Unlike other pieces of proposed legislation, the “Internet Freedom and Nondiscrimination Act” has supporters on both sides of the aisle. Committee Chairman Jim Sensenbrenner, a Wisconsin Republican, is a supporter of the bill, citing research that suggests that most Americans have at best two choices for broadband service, and this “duopoly” can lead to anticompetitive business practices, and that a remedy is needed…