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The text of an amendment to the Alabama Broadband Accessibility Act, which changes the state’s definition of “unserved area,” expands how state and federal dollars can be used on broadband projects, and increases the percentage of broadband project costs the state can fund.
This blog post examines emergency legislation passed in Arkansas in February 2021 to give local governments greater powers in speeding up the deployment and adoption of broadband. The author hopes that the bill, passed unanimously in both state houses, reflects a larger change to remove restrictions on local internet choice.
This piece lays out details of the Telecommunications Skilled Workforce Act, legislation that addresses the shortage of trained telecommunications workers across the United States and calls for an official estimate of the number of skilled workers needed, a collaborative effort to craft recommendations addressing workforce needs, and guidance on how states can help.
This landmark legislation, signed into law in November 2021, enables infrastructure investment related to highways, rail systems, bridges, climate change, and broadband infrastructure and adoption, among other items.
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