Governor Moore Continues ‘More Opportunity Tour’ in partnership with Federal Communications Commission to highlight Affordable Connectivity Program Training Program at Salisbury University

Today, Governor Wes Moore and Federal Communications Commission Chair Jessica Rosenworcel joined Marylanders during a free “train the trainer” Affordable Connectivity Program training session at Salisbury University. The latest ‘More Opportunity Tour’ stop highlighted the mission to ensure that all households can afford broadband services and to support the governor’s goal of getting every Marylander online by the end of his first term in office. 

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