Universal Broadband

Broadband connectivity is critical to U.S. productivity, economic success, learning, and human connection. We should have policies that make broadband universally available and accessible within a regulatory environment that continues to preserve incentives for investment and innovation. While the vast majority of U.S. households benefit from robust competitive networks, some households, especially in rural America, do not have broadband service available to them, and others with broadband service available still do not subscribe, including a disproportionate number of lower-income Americans.

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