$144M of federal funding to go to CT to expand high-speed internet access

More than 11,000 homes and small businesses in Connecticut don't have access to fast internet, and the federal government is looking to change that.

News 12 Staff

Jun 27, 2023, 12:15 AM

Updated 302 days ago

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More than 11,000 homes and small businesses in Connecticut don't have access to fast internet, and the federal government is looking to change that.
More than $144 million was allotted to Connecticut to expand high-speed internet access.
It's part of a $42 billion national effort known as the Internet for All initiative.
The state Secretary of Commerce says this money will help close the digital divide.


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