Warren Applauds $147 Million to Expand High-Speed Internet Access in Massachusetts
Boston, MA - Today, United States Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) released the following statement celebrating the National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s (NTIA) allocation of more than $147 million in federal funds to expand access for broadband infrastructure across Massachusetts.
“Too many families still lack access to reliable high-speed internet, and without it, Americans are shut out of a 21st-century economy and have limited access to life-saving services. I’ve long fought for federal funding to expand broadband access in Massachusetts, and I’m thrilled that these funds from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will benefit communities across our Commonwealth.”
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