Effort to reform telecom laws met major disconnect

A 20-month process to reform the state’s decades-old telecommunications laws ended in political gridlock and inter-party disagreements among Senate Democrats over how to fund broadband investments in rural parts of the state. The goal of the 71-page Senate Bill 157 was to phase out the state’s High Cost Support Mechanism, which subsidizes the cost of […]

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