Don't Charge for Internet Services

As the pandemic continues, Internet connectivity for information and services has become increasingly important. From virtual doctor’ visits to virtual learning as schools delay openings, these critical services have underscored the importance of Internet connectivity during this time. But, despite progress in expanding Internet connectivity in the U.S., a report from the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) finds that approximately 21.3 million Americans live in “digital deserts” and still lack access to fixed broadband service at threshold speed.

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