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New Bills Signal A Consensus On Broadband Buildout

Law360, New York (January 25, 2018, 9:11 PM EST) -- A slew of broadband infrastructure bills have been making the rounds on Capitol Hill in recent weeks, pointing to an increased interest in the nonpartisan issue of expanding rural connectivity in the wake of the heated debate over the Federal Communications Commission's move on net neutrality.

Representatives have heralded more than a dozen bills over the last two weeks that take aim at various barriers to infrastructure buildout, and experts say the activity signifies the executive and legislative branches are on the same page on the need to bolster online access. The increased attention could also mean that connectivity will be...

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