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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 conversation centers on how public-private partnerships allow municipalities to combine their resources with grant money to deploy broadband during the Covid-19 pandemic. The panelists come from the public and private sectors and discuss their approaches, lessons learned, and predictions.
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