Cash-strapped cities around the nation are increasingly using heavy fines to fund basic services — in turn, sending residents into debt and bankruptcy.
Broadband access for more than 23 million rural Americans is lousy. Microsoft says it wants to change that. The tech giant calls it an effort to serve communities who feel left behind. But what’s behind this latest push? Politics or economics?
- Christopher Mitchell Director of the Community Broadband Networks Initiative at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance
- Jennifer Levitz U.S. news reporter, The Wall Street Journal
- Matt Larsen Founder and CEO of Vistabeam, a rural fixed-wireless internet service provider
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