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The regular legislative session ends today, with the Legislature and governor in the last couple of days agreeing on a number of issues, including some where it appeared they would not. Something they didn’t even have the opportunity to agree on, because the Assembly failed to act on it, is a bill that would help expand broadband to unserved and underserved communities. The state knows exactly where those communities are, thanks to a mapping effort ...


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albright1
June 20, 2013
3:24 p.m.

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"Broadband is the equivalent of what rural electrification was in the 1930s"....not really

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