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The latest bipartisan iteration of the United States Senate’s proposed infrastructure bill has landed with a $1 trillion price tag that allocates $65 billion toward bridging the “digital divide.” “Access to affordable, reliable, high-speed broadband is essential to full participation in modern life in the United States,” the legislation, which was released on August 2, states. The new bill goes...

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The latest iteration of the Biden Administration’s signature infrastructure plan is now a $1.2 trillion bipartisan bill that allocates $65 billion toward universal high-speed broadband. If passed, the plan calls for state and local investment in new broadband infrastructure as well as auctioning off 5G Spectrum to fund rural broadband expansion. The new bill is scaled back from the administration’s...

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As part of the $900 billion coronavirus relief deal that was struck by Congress on Sunday, $7 billion was allocated to establishing greater broadband internet access across the United States, helping bridge connectivity gaps that have become glaring as lockdowns kept families and workers home throughout 2020. Part of the relief includes $3.2 billion for a $50-per-month emergency broadband benefit...

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