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Top Cable Lobbyist Argues Against Broadband as Utility

April 29, 2014

America’s infrastructure is crumbling, says Michael Powell, the chief executive of the cable industry’s trade association. Roads are in poor condition, bridges are structurally deficient, drinking water systems are near the end of their useful life and portions of the electric grid suffer regular blackouts.


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