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Public Investments Will Reduce Broadband Gap

January 24, 2011 by

While the state’s economic development depends on residents and businesses having access to high-speed Internet access, many West Virginia communities are beyond the reach of Internet service providers. State and federal funding is available to build the necessary infrastructure for increased broadband access. The West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy suggests several policy options that will help low- and moderate-income families bridge the Broadband Gap. Read