Over 70,000 Kansas Homes Finally Getting High-Speed Internet (Why Not Montana?)


Gov. Kelly announced that the state will use nearly $50 million in COVID-19 aid grants to establish Internet for 76,735 households. An additional $85 million will improve statewide Internet over the next decade.

Kevin Hardy and Katie Bernard, The Kansas City Star

The Idaho Department of Commerce awarded nearly $50 million awarded for broadband projects

The grants help fund broadband connectivity for more than 43,000 underserved households, the majority of which are in rural communities of less than 3,000 residents.

Wyoming to use federal CARES Act funding to expand broadband infrastructure

Governor Mark Gordon worked with state legislators to develop the broadband expansion initiative to provide internet access in areas where there is little or no broadband so Wyomingites can access telehealth, tele-education or work remotely

States finding creative uses for CARES money to speed and sustain recovery including Broadband expansion

Gov. Bill Lee announced Tennessee will invest $61 million in CARES Act funding on broadband expansion to support distance learning, telehealth and Tennesseans working from home.

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