Rural Broadband Investments Promote an Inclusive Economy

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Broadband is essential to economic growth in the 21st century. This became starkly apparent over the past year as the coronavirus pandemic deepened Americans’ reliance on the internet. Families need the internet to access essential services, including education and health care, while small businesses and entrepreneurs need it to improve their operations and reach more customers to bring new economic opportunities to left-behind communities. Though many schools and offices are now starting to reopen, the pandemic has illustrated not only that broadband internet access at home will remain an indispensable utility in the future, but also that it’s an equity issue.


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