Booker To Introduce Bill Backing Muni Broadband
January 22, 2015
Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) is reportedly introducing a bill Thursday that would prevent state laws that limit the build-out of municipal broadband networks.
His office confirmed a report in the Washington Post that the bill would be introduced Jan. 22 and was intended to "empower local communities to get broadband access."
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