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Grants aim to improve broadband access in rural areas

1:20 AM, Jul. 21, 2013
Amy Sue Vruwink
Amy Sue Vruwink
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The partisan rancor among state legislators disappears when it comes to supporting expansion of broadband access to rural areas throughout the state. This includes pockets of central Wisconsin and large parts of the northern and northwestern sections of the state.

How to fund the expansion is where the bipartisanship ends.

The recently approved 2013-15 state biennial budget includes transferring $4.3 million to the Public Service Commission to allocate up to $500,000 annually for grants that address expansion of broadband services. ...

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