Congress can’t let affordable broadband slip away

“In less than two months, if Congress does not act, tens of millions of people could find themselves unable to stay connected to high-speed internet. Thanks to the Affordable Connectivity Program, low-income Americans who qualify can choose from a variety of services and carriers in their area, applying a $30 discount, or $75 on tribal lands, in the form of a tech-neutral voucher. This high-speed connectivity allows thousands of individuals from Texas to Vermont to start businesses, stay in touch with family, book telehealth appointments, and more.”

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