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A recently-enacted Georgia voting law has gotten everyone from the MLB to SAG-AFTRA talking. A consumer advocacy nonprofit examined corporate donations to lawmakers who supported controversial voter laws and found AT&T and Comcast at the top of the list. Meanwhile, challenges to the Rural Digital Opportunity Fund have begun making their way to the FCC, and some are asking the Commission to release additional information on census block groups that are already known to be in default.

Corporations Face Scrutiny Over New Voting Laws
With MLB pulling its All-Star Game out of Atlanta following the state’s enactment of a new voting law, corporations are under scrutiny for their support of lawmakers in such states. Read More »
Lots of Questions Remain on Road to RDOF
As the winners proceed with plans for broadband buildouts using FCC Rural Digital Opportunity Fund auction winnings, challenges are trickling in. Read More »
Networks Ready For a Semi-Normal MLB Opening Day
While MLB’s Opening Day is always something to be celebrated, the return of a 162-game season this year means something more—that we’re a little closer to normal. Read More »
NCTC CEO Fickle Exiting, Search Underway for a Successor
After 10 years as CEO of NCTC, Rich Fickle will leave the co-op this year. Read More »
Refreshing Old Favorites with ‘The Laundry Guy’
HGTV’s “The Laundry Guy” premiered Wednesday at 10pm and is currently available on discovery+. It’s prepared to offer all the tips needed to restore beloved fabrics and blankets to their former glory. Read More »
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