Texas communities could lose out on millions due to inaccurate broadband maps
The Biden administration’s infrastructure law includes $42 billion to improve broadband access across the country. However, some local communities say the broadband maps used to allocate funding, are incorrect. In Texas, state officials are leaving the responsibility of reporting the inaccuracies to residents and local officials.
Texas Public Radio’s Paul Flahive explains why.
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