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Pew Charitable Trust describes legislative actions taken in 2019 by states focusing on three key areas for expanding broadband access: continuing to establish governance and funding structures; clarifying who can provide broadband; and addressing emerging digital issues and opportunities.
This fact sheet outlines the key strategies of Pew's Broadband Access Initiative: raising minimum speeds, ensuring long-term funding, improving accountability, addressing affordability, and defining a role for each level of government.
In this episode of the After the Fact podcast, Kathryn de Wit discusses the challenges facing those without access to broadband internet during the Covid-19 pandemic, and what some states and communities are doing to bridge connectivity gaps.
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