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Communications Workers of America Launches Multi-State Effort to Regulate Broadband, Close Digital Divide

Legislation has already been introduced in California, Colorado and New York, and CWA is in active conversations with policymakers in state houses across the country about its model bill, the Broadband Resiliency, Public Safety and Quality Act.

Why universal childcare is the crucial infrastructure the economy needs

The U.S. lags behind many other countries in both paid leave and accessible childcare, and it’s costing women and hurting the economy.

Counties Need Good Recreation Economy Data to Secure Necessary Funding

Better quality data could mean more funding for recreation counties.

NASA provides $45 million boost to U.S. small businesses

Three-hundred and sixty five small business proposals were selected for SBIR and STTR programs based on technical merit and commercial potential, including six composite companies.

DOE Awards $110 Million to Small Businesses Pursuing Scientific, Clean Energy, and Climate Solutions

102 Projects Across America will Receive Seed Funding to Launch New Ideas to Market That Will Create Jobs

Analysis: Redefining Nonmetro Counties Could Affect Rural Identity, Development, and Federal Funding

The impact of the proposed change is so little understood that the Office of Management and Budget should take a much closer look before deciding, according to an analysis from the Center for Sustainable Development at the Brookings Institution.

American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 – How Funds will be allocated – Stimulus money could fuel massive Montana broadband effort

The latest COVID-19 relief package provides $1.9 trillion in mandatory funding, program changes and tax policies aimed at mitigating the continuing effects of the pandemic.

Have You Met This Guy?

I don’t have anything against That Guy. He seems nice, he’s certainly very smart and competent, and I bet he and I would have a great conversation about land use over beers.

I just don’t want the way my community grows to be dependent on people like him.

Free SmartGrowth.org Webinar, March 26 – 11AM MST: Gray to Green Communities

Dana Bourland, Vice President for the Environment at the JPB Foundation, shares her experience creating the first standard for green affordable housing that is designed to deliver measurable health, economic and environmental benefits.

New report shows substantial increase in rate of new entrepreneurs in 2020, but …

This report on early-stage entrepreneurship in the United States in 2020 presents national trends, as well as trends for specific demographic groups when possible.