New Bill Pumps $750M Into U.S. Telecom

April 27, 2020

Promotes secure networks after Chinese telecoms are scrubbed.

Having concluded Chinese telecoms ZTE and Huawei should be scrubbed from U.S. 5G networks, a bipartisan group of House members is looking to promote U.S. alternatives with a cash infusion.

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