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  The Case For Universal Broadband in America, Now

Today, more than three years after President Bush made universal broadband “in every corner of America” by 2007 an explicit goal of his administration, millions of Americans are still without broadband access to the Internet. The reality is that in 2007, there are wide swaths of our nation that have no broadband. Other areas have access only to low quality “fraudband” that is so slow, unreliable or unaffordable that it fails to meet other countries’ definitions of broadband, and fails to provide the benefits that President Bush described when he established the goal.

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Posted on 10/01/2007 & last modified on 10/01/2014

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