Sen. Ayotte pushes for bigger broadband bang for buck
She plans to release details of the bill in a press conference today at her Manchester district office, where she'll be joined by representatives from telecom companies, state officials and a board member from the New Hampshire High Tech Council.
The fund, established in 1996, was at first aimed at telephone service, but has since been used to accelerate broadband build-out to the 18 million Americans living in rural areas who lack access to high-speed Internet service.
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