Fast, affordable Internet access for all.
Testimony in MN on need for Broadband Investment
In 2020, New York City officials unveiled a massive new broadband proposal they promised would dramatically reshape affordable broadband access in the city.
Instead, the program has been steadily and quietly dismantled, replaced by a variety of costly half-measures that critics say don’t solve the actual, underlying cause of expensive, substandard broadband.
AARP Minnesota has taken notice: “broadband infrastructure has not been deployed evenly to communities across the state.”