By Kelcee Griffis (April 20, 2021, 4:34 PM EDT) -- Congress and the White House agree on the need for massive infrastructure funding, but Democrats and Republicans are still ideologically split over the best way to encourage broadband expansion and adoption as an element of that package.
Congressional Democrats and the Biden administration say it's time to focus on lowering consumer prices for internet plans and — in the White House's case — to emphasize partnerships with local governments and community institutions that could make public-private broadband networks a reality. The approach has ruffled feathers among Republicans and internet service providers, which prefer direct subsidies to private internet companies and worry...
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