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FSF: Congress Should Further Support ACP
The Free State Foundation is calling on Congress to commit long-term support to the FCC’s $14.2 billion Affordable Connectivity Program. In a column, President Randolph May argued that lawmakers should provide a second, one-time appropriation to the program to support its goal of growing broadband adoption across the nation while also taking a look at narrowing some of the ACP participation guidelines.
Powell: FCC Mapping Issues Won’t Be Solved This Fall
NCTA President/CEO Michael Powell is skeptical that every map problem will be solved when the FCC releases broadband maps this fall.
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NTIA Hears What Should Receive Infrastructure Dollars
NTIA was flooded with comments Friday on the implementation of the broadband programs that will distribute $65 billion to support broadband deployment and adoption efforts.
FSF Says C-band Rollout Should Go On
The Free State Foundation is the latest to call for the FAA to allow wireless operators like Verizon and AT&T to deploy their C-band spectrum for 5G network use.
Simington Stays Neutral on Net Neutrality
FCC commissioner Nathan Simington used his maiden address at the Free State Foundation to caution those who are looking to resurrect the long-fought battle over net neutrality.